Tag Archives: cufon

Use FREE fonts and @font-face to develop your website

[Editors note: Check-out my other post for @font-face development details.] For YEARS we’ve been wanting to use @font-face to give us more than the, what, 6-7? web-safe fonts that we can comfortably use cross-browser… And while many prefer to bash … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Most of us probably have a template we use to start new HTML docs, but I thought Accesssify‘s MarkupMaker was a clever idea, and quite well implemented! * The anal-retentive in me couldn’t pass-up suggesting he add rel=”stylesheet” to the … Continue reading

New Font Replacement Technique v.2

A short while ago I wrote about a new font replacement technique, Cufón. In short: Cufón is an alternative to sIFR, which relies on both Flash AND JavaScript to work, but dutifully embeds the font into the SWF, so there … Continue reading

New Font Replacement Technique

Until @font-face catches on, this looks to be a pretty slick alternative to sIFR. Though this does still leave your/your clients’ font files vulnerable to the vicious font thieves of the world… Anyone ready to dive in??? Happy fonting, Atg … Continue reading