13. Working with Web Fonts

Over the past handful of years, we have observed a renaissance in using fonts on the web. We used to have a very limited choice of typefaces. As Chapter 10 explains, we had to stick to the fonts you could expect users to have installed on their computers. This is the reason most websites have their body copy set in Arial, Georgia, Verdana, or Trebuchet MS.

Now, thanks to web fonts, we have myriad options for choosing typefaces for web projects. Consequently, web designers can create better-crafted ...

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