@font-face Font Embedding Code Generator

If you want to embed custom fonts in to your web pages without going for a css image replacement hack, you may be aware of @font-face.

As with pretty much anything, this is an awkward implementation to get working on all current and legacy browsers.

You can spend hours researching how to fulfil the quirks of every-browser-in-the-world’s font rendering.

Or you can use this handy code generator made by clever people, which will give you the all the css you need based on your requirements and uploaded font.

This has proved to be very handy for me for my latest project, a multilingual implementation of wordpress, which relies on text being text for realtime language conversion to take place.

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  1. By Write that Right.com Live! on May 10, 2010 at 9:56 pm

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