JAF Domus Titling

Styles

  • Domus Titling Extralight
  • Domus Titling Light
  • Domus Titling Regular
  • Domus Titling Medium
  • Domus Titling Semibold
  • Domus Titling Bold
  • Domus Titling Extrabold

Webfont glyph set

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The lowercase is identical to the uppercase. In addition, the font contains ‘SS’ as an ß substitute, and a ‘dotless i’.

Webfont service

Using our webfont service

To use the JAF webfont service, simply order an annual subscription from our website and your domain will be activated instantly. Our basic webfont subscription is limited to 2 GB of traffic (font data) per month.

Trying out JAF Domus Titling Web offline

You can try JAF Domus Titling Web in offline HTML documents without having to register. Once your website goes online you need to purchase a subscription for the respective domain.

Activating the webfonts

In order to use JAF Domus Titling Web on your web page, simply paste the following tag inside the <head> element of your HTML document:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="http://webfonts.justanotherfoundry.com/DomusTitling/" type="text/css" />

If you are working with a separate CSS file, you will find it more convenient to link it via @import at the beginning of the CSS file:

@import "http://webfonts.justanotherfoundry.com/DomusTitling/";

Using the webfonts

Now you can work with JAF Domus Titling Web much like you would with other fonts, by using the font-family property, for example:

h1 {
  font-family: DomusTitlingWeb;
  font-weight: bold;
}
h2 {
  font-family: DomusTitlingWeb-Extralight;
}

Accessing the styles

There are 7 styles available:

font-family: DomusTitlingWeb-Extralight;
font-family: DomusTitlingWeb-Light;
font-family: DomusTitlingWeb;
font-family: DomusTitlingWeb-Medium;
font-family: DomusTitlingWeb-Semibold;
font-family: DomusTitlingWeb;font-weight:bold;
font-family: DomusTitlingWeb-Extrabold;

Minimizing loading time and volume

Unlike other browsers, Internet Explorer always loads all fonts specified in the CSS file you are linking to as described above. You are permitted to host this file yourself provided that you do not remove or modify the comment on top. You can remove unused styles by deleting or commenting out the respective lines, which saves download volume. However, deactivating styles you use on the website may lead to artificial bolding or slanting.

font-weight: bold

When using the Semibold or Extrabold, specifying font-weight: bold in addition to the font-family is recommended. Although it does not affect the rendering of the webfont, this ensures compliance with web standards by marking the text element logically as bold.

Self-hosting

For large-scale applications, we offer self-hosting packages. The basic license fee depends on the number of styles used and on the allowed monthly pageviews.

The font files are identical to those served through our JAF webfont service.

See our formats & licenses overview for pricing details.