The possibilities of using custom fonts on web pages developed much quicker over the past two years than anybody expected. Today web designers still have to struggle with a clutter of font formats in order to provide for cross-browser support of a given font. However, this problem will subside as soon as the web Open Font Format (WOFF) is established as the standard web font format.
Typographic variety beyond the monotony of system fonts.
Another obstacle is the prevalence of Windows computers with deactivated subpixel rendering — either by default on Windows XP or on purpose by their users. ...