We are not allowing the conversion of our existing desktop fonts for CSS @fontface embedding. Font embedding with CSS has significantly different technical requirements for fonts than print and we are working on our most popular collections to prepare them to work to our high standards on screen. We are actively testing the first fonts and have some live solutions running. Our photolettering.com site uses Chalet for menus and body copy, a special version of PLINC West Behemoth for headlines and Swiss TwoTone display numerals.
We are actively working on versions of our fonts to be implemented with CSS @font-face embedding and are licensing select styles for enterprise-level implementations. Please contact us for more information.
No. This is expressly prohibited in our End User License Agreement.
Yes, we have never restricted this use. If the images are created on a human-operated workstation with properly licensed fonts and are static images, then no additional fee is required beyond our traditional licensing fees.