thacker abcdefg wrote:Gentlemen--
I am not so sure that an overly long list of 'web-safe' fonts is a good thing.
'Web-safe' implies two things:
1. The typeface has been designed for the font rendering engine of the various browsers.
2. The font is widely distributed as a device font across various operating platforms.
Andale Mono 3/85/48
Arial Black 98/96/53
Arial Narrow 87/91/0
Comic Sans MS 96/92/50
Courier New 96/92/62
Times New Roman 85/90/55
Trebuchet MS 95/93/50
It's a technology for putting any font (if permitted), onto a web page. It involves a preparation stage during which you pick the glyphs (characters) and web site on which it will work. This produces an EOT file. You reference that file in your stylesheet and the font shows on the page.
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