In Bannerwise you’re able to upload Custom Fonts to always build ads that reflect your brand identity. At this moment, Bannerwise requires the custom font to be a Webfont and a .TTF file for it to be accepted. It can happen, however, that the font file you have at the moment is not complying with those specifications.
💡 Good to know:
If you have a font file in a different file format, .OTF for example, or if your .TTF is not yet a Webfont, transform your files accordingly as shown in this article:
Visit the Fontsquirrel website
Click on “Upload Fonts” and search for the font you would like to convert.
Switch the settings from “Optimal” to “Expert...” to view the required settings.
Under “Font Formats” select “Truetype” (TTF) and disable all other formats.
Accept the agreement at the bottom of the page.
Click "Download your kit".
In some cases, Fontsquirrel will not accept your font because the owner of the font has requested it to be blacklisted. In that case please request a licensed Webfont version from your font vendor.
Now that your font is a Webfont and a .TTF file, go back to Bannerwise and upload the font again.
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