Fonts ~ Others
No, sorry, the fonts listed on this page are not for sale here. Please
get them from those third-party vendors to use the webfonts with your own
projects. Some are free, some are low cost, and some are full price.
No, sorry, the fonts listed on this page are not for sale here. Please get them from those third-party vendors to use the webfonts with your own projects. Some are free, some are low cost, and some are full price.
Webfonts Used Here
These webfonts are available from third-party vendors and are usable with CSS3 in all major browsers in the most current versions.
This list is primarily for my own reference, as well as for visitors curious about a certain font. I update the list when I add or remove any webfonts.
Webfont technology is just now becoming more common. The formats, syntax, and browser support will change over time, as HTML5, CSS3, SVG, and webfonts specifications and usage mature.
- ☐ Unchecked;
- ☑ True;
- ☒ False;
Indicates whether webfonts show properly in the given OS platform or browser. Firefox does not display local files properly for some desktop fonts, but I haven’t yet discovered the cause of the error.
- FF Mozilla Firefox; // and other Mozilla Gecko browsers;
- IE Microsoft Internet Explorer; // still at IE9;
- SA Apple Safari; // and other Webkit browsers such as Google Chrome;
- iOS Apple Safari Mobile; // on iPad, iPod, iPhone, etc.;
Debugging webfonts online versus local desktop or webfonts again. This page summarizes results. Each font sample page gives results for that font-family. Comments indicate where problems occur.
Local Fonts ~ Bundled and Others
These are fonts I use for special projects offline, desktop, in print. I don’t yet have webfonts for these, only the desktop fonts. Webfont support will be added as vendors provide it and budget allows. Some vendors/foundries (such as Adobe, ITC, Monotype, and Linotype) require hefty monthly webfont licensing fees. Some vendors/foundries do not yet offer webfonts for some or all of their desktop fonts.
These fonts and bundles vary by operating system: Windows, Macintosh, iOS, Linux; by browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Apple Safari; iOS Apple Safari Mobile; and application programs, such as the office suite, word processor, page layout, and graphics programs you use. If you use the same suites, then these are local to your system.
A later update may include a comprehensive list of desktop fonts I own.
- Note for iOS: font-family: "Comic Sans MS", "Chalkboard SE", cursive;