Posts Tagged ‘ Fonts ’

Introducing the Google Font API & Google Font Directory


You can use WebFont Loader with fonts on your own server, with links to the just-announced Google Webfont API, or with your Typekit account.

As for Google’s new Font API, well, it’s so simple its hardly an API. You just need to add a link to Google’s stylesheet in the head tags of your page and then apply that font to some element in your page.

The syntax looks like this:

Then, in your stylesheet, you can apply that font to any body element. For example:

<link href='http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Tangerine' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>

body { font-family: 'Tangerine', serif; }

For more information : http://googlecode.blogspot.com

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Real Fonts Now Easiest Way To Use


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The best book for the beginning of 2011: Typodarium


2011 Typodarium typography is the daily dose. 365 sources for 50 foundries and designers . A court calendar, a desk calendar or for hanging. But this calendar has a new source daily. Therefore, you may have, over a year, the opportunity to expand your knowledge, discover the history of the source and its development and to have a new piece of jewelry every day. On the front face of each calendar page, the source appears prominently, and behind are the details of it. How did, or what became the inspiration and where we can get the source. Includes holidays from 30 countries and a box to store the leaves.