My question is focused at Website Hosting usage like at WIX. I'd like to use Myriad Pro on my website as it's on our printed boxes and other marketing material. I haven't found a clear statement of that process or if I'm required to purchase the $300 lic for it to be used on the website. We are a CS subscriber. When we've gone to print they required us to outline everything so we haven't had any other issues with fonts until trying to get it on Wix.com. As stated above I think I'm legally covered as we didn't share the font or include it.
Please explain clearly how website usage of Adobe owned fonts works.
A CC subscription includes a Typekit subscription for desktop and web fonts. Check Typekit to see if there’s a web version of the font that’s available.
As your question has nothing to do with InDesign I've moved it to the Typekit forum where you'll get more help on licensing fonts for use on the web.
Hi Jeremy. Currently the only way we license Myriad Pro for web use is via Typekit. (Self-hosting or third-party hosting is not allowed.) As Bob said, a full CC subscription includes Typekit, and all styles of Myriad are available for web use. You can see the details on Myriad's availability page on Typekit.
I hope that helps. -Christopher