CSS Web Fonts

Tired of using basic fonts on your web pages? CSS is coming to the rescue. CSS 3 has a Fonts Module which allows us to take advantage of fonts other than arial, tahoma, and verdana.

You can start incorporating this by using Google’s Font API. All you need to do is use the CSS font-family property and call the font from Google, e.g., font-family: ‘http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Tangerine’. There is a page of fonts at Google that should get you started.


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