iPad & iPhone Fonts

The recently released iPad and the iPhone have been revolutionary devices that change the way we access the web. As a result, web designers should be aware about the typeface options in both devices so you can properly declare them in your stylesheets without unnecessarily digging into @font–face embedding.

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.

Firefox 3.6 will be supporting WOFF, the …

Firefox 3.6 will be supporting WOFF, the Web Open Font Format that will make @font-face embedding more straightforward.

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.

Free fonts with previews

This compilation might just be one of the most useful listing of fonts you can use free of charge. And the good thing about this is excellent work they put into creating preview images for all the fonts they listed. Useful.

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