Using Web Fonts

Using Web Fonts

How to use our Web Font Generator

Pageview FAQs

What are pageviews? How do I measure them? How many should I expect?

Style Linking

Style linking is a somewhat confusing feature of the font-face spec. It is however very useful when working with a font family that has the four standard styles of regular, italic, bold and bold italic. When a family is style linked, we can refer to just one font name, "FamilyName", instead of each individual font style like "FamilyNameBoldItalic".

@Font-Face Bugs

Occasionally we are asked to help troubleshoot odd issues with CSS and @font-face. Here are a few bugs we've uncovered...

Webfonts are not loading in Safari

Webfonts are not loading in IE9

Webfonts are not loading in Firefox

Webfonts are not loading in any browser

How do I use the webfonts?

Webfonts are supported by all major browser platforms but not all in the same way. There are currently four different font formats that must be included in order to target all browsers. This includes TTF, WOFF, EOT and SVG.