FAQs : web2grow
We use web fonts for body text and for menus, because they are easier to read, can be updated in the CMS, and can be read by search engines. Traditionally web designers have used Arial and Verdana for body text. However there are much wider choices now, particularly if your target market uses Windows XP.
Web Authoring FAQ (Web Design Group)
If you want others to view your web page with a specific font, the most appropriate way is to suggest the font rendering with a style sheet. Cascading Style Sheets use the font-family property to specify font faces. With HTML, the FONT element can also be used to suggest specific fonts. The FONT element must be repeated inside every block-level element, since it can contain only inline (text-level) elements. Use of the FONT element brings numerous usability and accessibility problems.
Scriptorium Frequently Asked Questions
It is only possible to make a visitor's page show the fonts you want for your text if he has those same fonts installed. This is done using the command 'font face="fontname,fontname2"' in your html code. This will cause his browser to look for the fonts listed in order and use the first one it finds to display the text on the page. The only way to make sure a visitor will have the right fonts is to give them the fonts.
Frequently Asked Questions
The font size we use is standard and can be read properly from an appropriate distance from a computer monitor. This usually is 12" to 18" for a 15 inch monitor. We don't see much point in using a font size like a horse's shoe and you would not have any trouble reading anything unless you happen to be trying to see your computer's screen from your swimming pool.
GIMP - Documentation
If neither your X server nor your X font server supports you can try one of the TruType font servers: xfstt (http://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/X11/fonts/) or xfsft (http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk/home/jec/programs/xfsft/ .
Omniglot - Frequently Asked Questions
Most of the fonts I downloaded from various sites on the web. The rest came with programs or operating systems I've bought. A few have been sent to me by people who have invented scripts.
Web4Print frequently asked questions (FAQ): client-server sy...
You can use the standard Windows fonts. In addition, Web4Print supports the use of SmartFonts which are high-quality fonts ideal for perfect typographical quality. SmartFonts produce perfectly spaced text and headlines.
C-DAC: GIST - FAQs for ISM Office
Download of fonts is an old technology. Dynamic fonts can be used on the web site for display of Indian language content on clients machine, which do not have fonts installed. Please visit http://www.cdac.in/dynfonts for detailed information. Once you have prepared the site you need to inform C-DAC of your URL by email to email@example.com In case the problems persist print a normal English text. To check this, remove the ISM dongle and print a normal English text from your application.
For Unicode Greek (recommended for Windows), consult Patrick Rourke's web pages on Unicode Greek in various browsers. For older Mac browsers, the font Athenian has been made available for free download for use in displaying Greek in the Perseus web pages.
Stencil FAQ Frequently Asked Questions
We can use almost any typestyle if you can provide us with artwork we can easily use. We can work with a TrueType font file that you provide to us or we can use a vector file that you have already converted to curves. You can email us to see if we have the typestyle you are looking for already available.
OFL-FAQ web version
Answer: Yes, as long as you meet the conditions of the license (do not sell by itself, include the necessary files, rename Modified Versions, do not abuse the Author(s)' name(s) and do not sublicense). Answer: Yes! Fonts licensed under the OFL can be freely aggregated with software under FLOSS (Free/Libre and Open Source Software) licenses. Since fonts are much more useful aggregated to than merged with existing software, possible incompatibility with existing software licenses is not a problem.
Some foundries don't allow embedding of their fonts while others allow embedding for viewing and printing only. If you wish to embed fonts in documents for others to edit, they will probably need to purchase a licensed copy of the font. It's best to call the Faces office on 01276 38888 for advice on embedding issues. The same restriction can apply with Web design. Some foundries have very specific rules, while others do allow it.
Deco fonts, Grunge fonts, Script fonts, Monster fonts for Ma...
Because of naming restrictions for PC fonts, some font family names had to be modified for the PC versions.
Trueflight Feathers FAQ
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DekSoft | Support | FAQs
Yes you can. To set your Web browser to use our fonts you must change default settings in your browser. The steps to do this will differ in different browsers. In later versions of Internet Explorer for Windows go to Tools, Internet Options, and select Fonts. In IE for the Macintosh go to Edit, Preferences, and under Web Browser select Language/Fonts. In either version of IE you now select a language and associate a font with that language.
Thomas Nayler: Frequently Asked Questions
A - Customized graffiti items are individually designed and handcrafted therefore will not look exactly the same as the font types featured. The font types are for guidelines purposes only, however every effort is taken to ensure all designs look as close to the font type ordered.