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Thread: CSS and Fonts

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    Hi guys another question for ya's

    I'm tring to create a style sheet which will be linked to from my web page using <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css" type="text/css">.

    Now my question is thus. How do i get the style sheet to read and display a font in my page which is not a default browser font, a fancy font which you'd use for a logo for example?



    Help in this area greatly appreaciated!!

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    i would make it a image file, for obvious reasons - some people may not have 'a fancy font' :classic:
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    Huh?

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    i would make the logo or nav as an image if you are going to use fonts which some people may not have
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    Dont think you got my question there m8 :/

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    I'm tring to create a style sheet not an image :/

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    i am not aware of a way to do it,

    what i am saying is that if you are going to start using fonts that are not the usual ones it is a better idea to make them in an image
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    That would kinda defeat the whole style sheet thing though

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    what exactly do you want to use the font for?
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    lemme start again.
    I'm hoping someone could help out with CSS style sheets.

    I was wondering if there was a way to import a custom font which will applied to some text by using Cascading Style sheets, instead of having to make do with browser defaults. i'm not sure if this can be done through css of not though.

    A font style which will be read via my CSS which I presume, the font itself will be saved on my server and displyed and viewed on my on homepage on the www.

    If you get my drift?
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