About Alef

Creator: Hagilda and Mushon Zer-Aviv

License: SIL Open Font License, 1.1

Alef was born in the screen and designed to the pixel in an attempt to extend the palette of Hebrew fonts available for web design. It challenges the default, Arial. Alef supports both the Hebrew and Latin writing systems.

To contribute, see alef.hagilda.com

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Use on the Web

The Alef webfont is available for use on the web via the Google Fonts API.

1. Add this code to your website:

<link href='https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Alef' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>

Instructions: To embed this font into your web page, copy this code into the <head> of your HTML document.

2. Integrate the font into your CSS:

font-family: 'Alef', Arial, sans-serif;

Instructions: Add the font name to your CSS selector just as you'd do normally with any other font.

Use in Desktop Software

The Alef font has been extracted from the Google Fonts API for use in desktop software.

1. Download the font file in your desired style:

Download TTF
Alef-700.ttf
Download TTF
Alef-Regular.ttf
Note: As these fonts come directly from the Google servers, they will need to be renamed.

2. Install to your computer

  • For Windows 10/8/7/Vista
    Right-click the font file then click the "Install" menu option.

  • For Mac OS xx 10.3 or above
    Double-click the font file then click the "Install Font" button at the bottom of the preview.