25 Free Fonts to Use with @font-face
Published December 10, 2010 in Shevaa in Freebies
The @font-face CSS rule allows solving the well-known issue of the “web-safe” fonts by linking to the fonts that you need and allowing for consistent rendering in a given user’s environment. In other words it means that you can use fonts that have not been installed by a user. Considering this extent of awesomeness of this CSS feature web designers are disposed to use it on a daily basis in each and every of their projects but there have been some issues with consistent browsers’ support of this CSS rule.
Nowadays the rapid development of the web technologies including web browsers allows us to hope for the best. Without a doubt the aim of this CSS rule is to make the web a better place to be for both web designers and Internet users. To show you how many awesome possibilities you have with this feature we are happy to present you the 25 fancy free fonts that you can easily embed with the help of the @font-face rule.
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