Yes, you can embed fonts in your site using tools like Typekit.
You need to know the basics about HTML and CSS to be able to follow this tutorial.
STEP 1. Sign up for a trial account
Go to https://typekit.com/plans and click on Sign up
If you don't have an Adobe ID already, you can create one here.
After completing your details, click on the Get Started button
Add a name for your site (1) and then write the URL (2) without the 'www.' and click on Continue (3)
STEP 2. Copy the code into your site scripts
Go to your BaseKit site and hover over your homepage. When you see the arrow icon click on it and you will be able to see a menu were you should choose Page Scripts (1)
Paste the code from Typekit in the Site wide scripts (1) box on the top and click on the SAVE (2) button
STEP 3. Publish your site
Publish your site
STEP 4. Select the font you want to embed
Back in TypeKit click on Continue and you can now browse through their fonts. Click on the Go find some fonts link.
Hover over the font you want and click on +Add to kit
STEP 5. Publish the font to map it to your site
1. Click on the Publish button
NOTE: After clicking on the Publish button you might have to wait a few minutes or up to one hour to be able to use the font in your site.
2. Click on the Using fonts in CSS link
Here you can see an example on how to add the font family into your CSS.
STEP 6. Drag a text block to your page
Drag a Text Block Widget onto your page
Double click on the widget and select HTML (1)
STEP 7. Change your font using CSS
The <p> tag defines a paragraph. As the text block is by default a paragraph, you just need to add the following code:
Click on SAVE CHANGES (2) when you finish.
You should be able to see your new font in your site.
NOTE: Some browsers might not support the font you want to add. It is not a fault with BaseKit so we always recommend you use web safe fonts.