You can use standard web friendly fonts like Helvetica, Arial, Georgia in your web designs. Sometimes your design calls for a more decorative font. With CSS3, you can use a more decorative font without restoring to using images. Web Designer Wall shows you in CSS3 @font-face Design Guide how to use these decorative fonts and provide tips on how to make your designs look good when a browser doesn’t support @font-face. The follow up post @font-face Solutions & Suggestions explains the three main options for implementing @font-face and the pros and cons of each option. If you want to implement more decorative fonts in your web designs, use these two article to help make your designs bulletproof.
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