Congratulations on what I think is the most epic font purchase of all time — the All-Inclusive Font Bundle, which gets updated *any* time I add a new font to my website!
Check out the instructions + pictures below if you aren’t certain on how to get to the fonts!
Your download will include a .pdf file, which contains the Google Drive link to the bundle. There are SO many fonts that this is going to be the best way to provide continued, unfettered access, so it’s a bit atypical of what you may find with a font purchase + subsequent download.
Here’s what to do!
1. Click the link contained within the .pdf that gives you access to the folder. When you do, you’ll find that it takes you to a page that looks like the following image:
Dang, that’s a lot of fonts! 🙂
Next, you’ll have two options to download the fonts. You can do this all at once, or one-by-one.
2. I’ve included a folder called “_Easy Single OTF Download” as of February 2020 – it includes the .otf for all fonts included, and will save you the time of dropping into every single folder to download the font you need. You can hover over this item, at which point the folder turns into a downward pointing arrow — click, and Drive will begin to prepare your zip!
You can also click the _Easy Single OTF download folder, as well — it’ll look like this:
You can select “DOWNLOAD ALL” in the upper right to download the entire folder of fonts.
If you’d rather download all of the individual folders with the .otf, .ttf, and webfonts, you can still do that, too! You can select “DOWNLOAD ALL.” Please note that this option will take a few moments, and works best if you have a strong internet connection.
Once the .zip has been prepared, the download will start. You’ll then access the .zip file through your browser downloads. To unzip, you should only need to double-click, and then confirm any dialog boxes that pop up! The window that appears should look similar to this:
From there, you can click through the folders to access the font files! Read on below about my recommendations for what to install.
If you’d like to download the fonts one-by-one, you can follow the same basic steps.
3. Double-click the folder of the font you’d like to download. That’ll open the folder up for you!
Wait…what’s the deal with all of these file types?!
For each font, I include five file types: .otf, .ttf, .eot, .woff, and .woff2. The .eot, .woff, and .woff2 are webfonts — if you attempt to install these with a double-click, you will receive an error message. Webfonts are intended for use by your developer, should you wish to utilize these fonts on your website for your brand.
That leaves the .otf and .ttf files. They’re both functional font files that install on your computer. I recommend the .otf file whenever possible because it’s the “newest” type of font file, and will support the most features. I include the .ttf just in case you run older software types that require it, as opposed to the .otf.
4. Once you determine which font file you’d like to download, hover over the item, and click the downward facing arrow! (Similarly, you could click “download all” in the upper right if you decide you’d like to have all of the files downloaded!)
You can then access the it through your browser downloads, and then install!