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Using Fonts on the Web

  • There are various options available to work with fonts on web pages
  • Fonts are available on the web to use on your web pages
  • You need to be careful about the license for any font you work with on your web page that are not within your operating system
  • Some font options are available using:
    1. Google fonts -
    2. Font Squirrel -
    3. Adobe Edge Web Fonts
    4. Typekit -
  • Website planning includes determining fonts for a site and confirming the licensing for those fonts
  • There are many ways to add fancy fonts for your designs but you have to be careful of the licensing
  • All fonts are licensed in one way or another, you cannot assume you can use them freely even if you can download them

Using Fonts on the Web

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Google Fonts 1:40
    • Open Source Fonts
  • 2:15
    • Example
  • 2:54
    • Edge Web Fonts
  • 3:22
    • Free Trial
  • Downloading Fonts 4:45