ContentActivator partners with Typekit

We’re happy to announce a partnership with ContentActivator, a powerful new platform that allows you to build and maintain responsive websites without writing code.

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You can now easily add Typekit fonts to your ContentActivator sites using ContentActivator’s “Customize Theme” tools. First, choose a page element whose fonts you want to adjust.

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Then, pick a Typekit font from the menu.

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That’s all there is to it. You won’t even need to use your own Typekit account, since access to the fonts is already included in your ContentActivator account.

We can’t wait to see what you create with ContentActivator and Typekit. The possibilities look very promising.

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Do you run a platform that would benefit from a Typekit-powered font integration like the one described here? Drop us a line at support+partners@typekit.com to learn how to get started.

6 Responses

  1. Becker says:

    I’m loving Content Activator so far! I’m still in the building phase of my site, but it’s so easy to use and so powerful. I cannot wait to launch my new site… and I’m so stoked that I have some sick fonts to work with!

  2. Great to see! I’ve been playing with Content Activator for a while now and it really is as seemless as advertised. Congrats on the new partnership!

  3. Vera says:

    I loved working on my website with ContentActivator, but wanted more font options when I first started. Now that I’ve got beautiful fonts in addition to the other features, ContentActivator really is the perfect website building tool! Great company to work with too!

  4. Karla says:

    Awesome. I’m an admitted font snob and am delighted to see this option in ContentActivator. I love how everything is customizable in this website builder. Very cool stuff!

  5. Todd says:

    Amazing fonts with a very innovative new website company. Congratulations to all on an incredible product!

  6. Jason Levine says:

    I have had my hands on ContentActivator for about two months and it has totally redefined how I approach projects, particularly those that are time sensitive. If you have a game plan in place for content, you can literally sit down with a client and hone in the little details instead of tinkering with code. It’s a fun, intuitive and rewarding process. Best of all, it doesn’t even cost anything to get going unless you actually publish a site – it’s a no brainer to at least check it out.

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Gregory Veen

Co-founder of Typekit, where I work on product and business development. Designer and developer of websites and software since 1994 for companies like Google, Twitter, and others. @gregveen on Twitter.

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