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I have a client who wants a special font throughout his website, but I am not sure how to do that. I doubt that it is as simple as typing the font into the stylesheet, or is it? By the way, in case it matters, the font is Moderne.

 

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David Amherst

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I have a client who wants a special font throughout his website, but I am not sure how to do that. I doubt that it is as simple as typing the font into the stylesheet, or is it? By the way, in case it matters, the font is Moderne.

 

Thanks for your help.

Tell him he's outta luck. You may be able to see his font in your browser and he may be able to see it in his but how will any customers who don't have the font installed be able to see it?

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I have a client who wants a special font throughout his website, but I am not sure how to do that. I doubt that it is as simple as typing the font into the stylesheet, or is it? By the way, in case it matters, the font is Moderne.

 

Thanks for your help.

yeah, don't do it, cause it will look different 9 out of 10 times depending on what computer you are on....you could do it for main information parts by making an image in photoshop with the text you like, but I do not recommend that either. :thumbsup:

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