Webfonts for print designers

For the traditional graphic designer, there’s no better time to start discovering the potential of the web.
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New series: Text fonts for the web

In this series of articles we are going to tackle the challenges of setting extended text for the web, from choosing and using the right webfonts to primers on hinting, page composition and testing.
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Choosing text fonts for the web

We delve into the topic of selecting fonts for extended body text on the web.
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Choosing and using webfonts

Our guide will (re)aquaint you with the process of delving into the universe of possibilities offered by webfonts.
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Part 2: The problem with line height

Understanding how browsers and operating systems interpret line height will help you control type on the web with more precision.
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Getting started with font stacks

A font stack is the instruction in a page of CSS code that tells a browser what fonts to display, and what to do should the first choice font be unavailable or not working.
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