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Defining Font Stacks

  • I will set up our page to use one of these fonts if the user has it, and then default to another if they do not
  • The other font I will replace with one they will have & I will manipulate it to look like we want using CSS
  • We must decide how we are going to handle our fonts & which we really want to use on the web
  • If someone does not have these fonts, the design will not look identical to ours
  • These are Adobe fonts, so anyone with the Adobe suite will have these installed
  • Most users will not have these fonts
  • So how can we handle this
  • We can use other fonts & adjust them using CSS to try & make them look similar to what we want
  • Or we can set up the page so it will search for these fonts first, and then if the user does not have them, set up the page with another font that every user will have
  • We will add the Minion Pro font using a font stack we create in Dreamweaver
  • Go through the Edit Font feature in Dreamweaver for Minion Pro, Georgia, serif
  • For Myriad Pro, we will use Lucida & adjust the font