Simple CSS drop caps

What self respecting author doesn’t love a good drop cap to start off her opening paragraph?
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A CSS webfont logotype

Use webfonts and CSS to brand your site and make a tasty, scalable wordmark.
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Part 3: Line height options in the kitbuilder

Our Webfont Kit Builder allows the user to fix some of the problems described in the previous part of this article. But there is no single best method, so we offer various options to suit different scenarios.
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Part 1: We need to talk about line-height

Getting line spacing right is one of those aspects of typesetting that is a tricky combination of good judgement and practiced technique, making it both an art and a science.
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Elegant OpenType alternatives for older browsers

By expanding on the basic function of a font stack, we can use subsetted fonts to create some interesting typographic effects that, while not as spectacular as a fully-featured OpenType layout, will at least work well in older browsers.
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Layering type with CSS z-index

Create colorful standout text effects by using the CSS properties z-index and position to layer fonts.
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November Rising Stars (as Webfonts)

Usage notes and full CSS-powered webfont specimens for November’s Rising Stars
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A guide to using illustrative fonts on the web

A hand crafted aesthetic is a very popular way of adding a personality to web pages that might otherwise come across as too “digital”, but there’s more to getting that casual appearance right than simply selecting a skinny, wobbly, all-caps font for your headings – so here’s our guide to getting your digits metaphorically dirty…
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Using web fonts on publishing platforms

We get requests from time to time from customers wanting to know how to integrate web fonts into a blog, content management system or other type of online publishing platform. Here’s our guide.
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Why use webfonts

The emergence of real typography on the web will have a greater impact on the working lives of some designers than others.
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