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Difference between p.typekit.net and use.typekit.net and what is dpm.demdex.net

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Can any one explain what is the purpose of adding https://dpm.demdex.net and 
https://p.typekit.net  these in head tag ?

 

what is the difference between p.typekit.net and use.typekit.net

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Hi @vijitha ,

In AEM, the inclusion of the following URLs in the head tag serves specific purposes:

 

1. `https://dpm.demdex.net`: This URL is related to Adobe Experience Cloud and specifically to the Adobe Audience Manager (AAM) functionality. It is used for audience segmentation and tracking user behavior across websites. When this URL is included, it enables AAM to collect and process data about user interactions on the website.

 

2. `https://p.typekit.net`: This URL is related to Adobe Fonts (formerly known as Typekit). Adobe Fonts is a service that provides access to a vast library of high-quality fonts. When this URL is included, it allows the website to load and render custom fonts from the Adobe Fonts library.

 

Regarding the difference between `p.typekit.net` and `use.typekit.net`:

 

1. `p.typekit.net` is the URL used for loading fonts from the Adobe Fonts library. It is responsible for fetching the necessary font files and delivering them to the website for display.

2. `use.typekit.net` is an older URL that was previously used for loading fonts from the Adobe Fonts library. It has been deprecated and is no longer recommended for use. It is advised to update the code and replace any instances of `use.typekit.net` with `p.typekit.net` for optimal performance and compatibility.

Please note that the purpose and functionality of these URLs may vary depending on your specific AEM implementation and the integrations and configurations you have in place.

https://helpx.adobe.com/in/fonts/using/use-typekit-net.html

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Thanks @MayurSatav  for your detail explanantion.

 

In google I see only use.typekit.net and I don't find much related to p.typekit. can u share me the link if you have any.

 

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