Website Fonts

One of the most difficult concepts with designing for the web is the lack of font control. When you design for print, you have an array of font styles, families, and weights to choose from on your computer. For the web, you can differentiate between serif and sanserif, but your choices are very limited. You just don’t know what fonts the viewer will have set up in their browser or what defaults fonts will be displayed. However, with Google and Adobe you can now link to fonts—just be careful – it will be slow and older browsers may not link to the font you want. If you choose a nice handwritten font—you may be surprised what other browsers show,

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