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2answers
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What font face is Apple.com using for the title in their Mac Pro subsite/page?

If you visit apple's little subpage for the upcoming Mac Pro (http://www.apple.com/mac-pro/), they are using a wonderfully thin yet crisp and legible font for all the title (all rendered as image ...
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1answer
760 views

Museo Font get distorted in browser

I am facing some problems with font rendering in different browsers. I tried to add a custom font and font get distorted in browser like firefox, chrome, IE ...
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1answer
4k views

How do I convert leading and kerning expressed to CSS styles

I have been given a design / style guide for a website that has the fonts expressed in point (pt) measurements, and additional leading and kerning adjustments - e.g. 40pt font, 60pt leading, -30pt ...
3
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7answers
2k views

PSD fonts and Html Page fonts

I am a web developer. What happens is that the Client sends a PSD (Photoshop designs) to the company. Then the designer needs to create a HTML page from the PSDs What happen every time is that the ...
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2answers
349 views

Whatever happened to opensourceampersand.com

It's gone, which is a real shame, I should've made more use of it. Where's the best place to go to get free ampersands that I can then embed using @font-face in CSS?
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893 views

CSS - Using different fonts within a typeface?

After exploring typography more I've learnt the different between a typeface and a font :) I'd like to know how I can call the fonts 'Arial Black' or 'Arial Narrow' within CSS? The font-family ...