Arctext.js

JavaScript library based on lettering.js, allowing text to be placed on curves.

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Kern.js

Playful tool for on-screen kerning and font size adjustments.

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FitText

FitText makes font-sizes flexible. Use this plugin on your fluid or responsive layout to achieve scalable headlines that fill the width of a parent element.

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WOFF

WOFF (Web Open Font Format) is a font format based on the sfnt file structure (used in TrueType and OpenType fonts) and specifically designed for web use with the @font-face declaration.
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Internet Explorer

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is the unloved pain in web designers’ necks, yet was the first browser to offer support for embedded fonts while the most recent version is leading the way in typographic sophistication.
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Opera

A relatively small player, Opera has a notably higher presence in some regions, particularly the Cyrillic world.
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Safari

Built on the Webkit renderer, Apple's native web browser has shipped with OSX since version 10.3 Panther and is the default browser for its iOS platform.
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Using @font-face for resolution independent graphics

Use CSS and @font-face to render high quality, lightweight, scalable graphics that look great in any resolution.
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Fonts.com (Monotype)

Fonts.com Web Fonts is a Web font service from Monotype Imaging offering more than 11,000 Web fonts, including famous typefaces used in thousands of corporate designs, such as Helvetica®, Frutiger®, Univers®, Trade Gothic® and Gill Sans®.
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Cross-browser @font-face syntax

Sample @font-face declaration for EOT and TTF/OTF fonts as recommended by Paul Irish.
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