The @font-face CSS at-rule allows you to define and use your own custom fonts, thus allowing you to extend the limited set of standard system fonts that are installed by default on a computer, and that browsers can access and use. These fonts were mostly used to distinguish paragraph headings from the main body of […]

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Leverage Browser Cache and Minimize DNS requests with OMGF (Optimize My Google Fonts, formerly known as CAOS for Webfonts). It’s a clean, modern sans-serif typeface that works well for display copy, body text, and everything between. If a new version of Safari wants to update which fonts the generic keywords map to by default, go right […]

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To change the text font in HTML, use the style attribute. A quick look at font options to change font family, size and color for common elements such as body, paragraph, menu items, titles, headings, etc. There are cases when you want or need to use a custom font for your emails, either in order […]

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Are you ready to add some color to your website? It is important to note that the float property and the dimensions of the element – height and width – have to be defined, otherwise this Fontsly.com won’t work. Fundamentally, fonts matter deeply because they quickly communicate brand attributes to consumers. Given these bugs, authors […]

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