The easiest way to use Web Fonts in your website
CSS @font-face rule, a way of linking to TrueType (TTF) and OpenType fonts (EOT) to your website text documents.
About Browser Support of Web Fonts : Safari has supported this type of font linking since version 3.1, and Opera has announced that they plan to support it in Opera 10. Firefox 3.5 onwards only downloads the fonts as needed, so a stylesheet can list a whole set of fonts of which only a select few will actually be used.
Continue reading Web font – how to use a special font in your website
This tutorial may seem to be little complex, as I found it in some site and I have just posted it here as it is. But later I have written more easy contemporary guide on web fonts to use it in your website.
It may be your requirement : I have a beautiful font and I want to use this font in my website. I want to make sure that everyone can see this font using any operating system or browser. What shall I do for it. What is the CSS code to use a font in my webserver. The first step I have made that I have uploaded the font file in my website (running in a web server) using FTP method. Then what CSS code I shall use to use this font?
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