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Font Squirrel’s @font-face Generator

Converting fonts to make them better suited for CSS @font-face use has not been exactly easy—until now. Free font library site Font Squirrel has just launched a @font-face generator! Their tool might just be good enough for web designers looking to take advantage of @font-face embedding, allowing for various tricks like subsetting to reduce a font’s file size and make it ideal for web use.

Go on, try it! Just make sure you use a font that allows for for @font-face embedding.

Halves layouts come in two options: Left …

Halves layouts come in two options: Left & Right and Top & Bottom.

Some useful tips for your print styleshe …

Some useful tips for your print stylesheet. But do people still print web pages?

Here’s a useful font matrix to help you …

Here’s a useful font matrix to help you write better CSS font stacks. Or you could just use these suggested font stacks.

Who would’ve thought you could have a u …

Who would’ve thought you could have a usable CSS grid that weighs in at under 1 kilobyte? Then again, you would’ve saved more than a KB if you coded your content blocks without a ready–made grid.

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