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Old 01-06-2007, 05:30 AM   #1
RJ Emery
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Default Using Custom Fonts on Web Pages

1) If I specify a font for my web page, and another user who accesses those pages via the Internet does not have the same font installed on his computer, what does he or she see?

2) How can I include my special font, if it truly is unique, on my web page so that all users who view it can see the font I selected? (The font in question is Brush Script MT.)

3) Is there a standard set of fonts that all users and web pages have regardless?

   
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