Web Open Font Format (WOFF)

Web Open Font Format (WOFF) is an optimized font format recommended by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) for use in web pages. It is a font format that uses compression on Open Type or True Type fonts to achieve file size reduction so that it can be efficiently distributed over the web. Over the years, WOFF has received the backing of many type foundries and browsers, and is now considered the defacto font format on the web.

ConnectCode provides barcode fonts in WOFF format for use on the web and on the cloud. All the fonts are tested vigorously to display on different desktop and mobile browsers. The web pages with the barcodes are also printed to ensure that they meet the all the requirements of the different industry specifications. Additionally, ConnectCode also provides barcode fonts in Embedded Open Type (EOT), and Open Type (OTF) format to ensure that our solution works on legacy browsers that have yet to fully support WOFF.