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Re: add fonts to kde



On Tuesday 12 September 2006 08:48 am, Alejandro Exojo wrote:
> If you plan to use "not so common" fonts in a website, be careful,
> because it could lead to the worse results you could imagine. You can
> choose whatever font you like, sure, but if this fonts are only
> installed on your computer, you will be the only one seeing the site
> with this fonts.
On a related note, NEVER use Arial or Verdana as specific CSS fonts.  
Any users who actually like Arial already have it set as 
their "sans-serif" font, so just specific "sans-serif" for Arial.  
Verdana ain't that great either.

Also, make sure to specific sans-serif, serif, monospace, or any of the 
other CSS generic font families as your last resort; otherwise, your 
CSS won't validate.
-- 
Matt Sicker

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