In HTML and XHTML , a CSS font family property is used to specify a list of prioritized fonts and generic family names; in conjunction with correlating font properties, this list determines the particular font face used to render characters. CSS floats are one of the most straightforward techniques for positioning elements within your webpage. […]

Before having the control that CSS gives you over text, you were severely limited in how you could present your words. You can specify several fonts separated by commas, and a web browser will display the first font on the list that is available on the user’s computer. And that’s one of the reasons you […]

Navigate to the folder that contains the fonts you want to install. I think it’s odd that some Web Designers can’t code their own designs, but only three years ago I was one of those designers. For some sans-serif picks, check out Franklin Gothic, Clear Sans, Roboto, Lato, Source Sans Pro, or Merriweather Sans. The […]

Late 2018 Adobe announced that Typekit is now Adobe Fonts This brought some great advantages to all Creative Cloud users, like no more limits with syncing desktop fonts, web font pageviews, and domains. Haven’t used it yet, but i am working on a site in Gill Sans right now (love this font), and I think […]

In HTML and XHTML , a CSS font family property is used to specify a list of prioritized fonts and generic family names; in conjunction with correlating font properties, this list determines the particular font face used to render characters. But someone’s got to put the legal pressure on – hopefully that’s what Apple’s up […]