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FF Subsetter - Optimize your Web FontFont

by srcmax & 2 others
Web FontFonts are built to serve most people’s needs, and often contain a huge number of glyphs. Yet most of the time you’ll only need a few of them! By dropping what you don’t need, you can greatly reduce the font file size to optimize bandwidth usage, make your websites faster, and reduce high-traffic costs.

How to optimize for legibility using text-rendering | Webdesigner Depot

by srcmax
The text-rendering property has four settings: auto: allows the browser to choose a setting itself optimizeSpeed: focuses on speed optimizeLegibility: focuses on advanced rendering geometricPrecision: precise rendering


Optimiser le rendu de @font-face : tout un programme ! – Clever Age, 100% digital

by srcmax & 1 other
Depuis quelques années, @font-face est devenu l’outil indispensable pour agrémenter une interface web de fontes exotiques. Mais comment expliquer les différences de rendu, parfois considérables, d’un navigateur et d’un OS à l’autre ? Penchons-nous sur la question.


Losing face with IE8 | Kenneth's Universe

by srcmax, 1 comment
If you are using @font-face for your main site, and for your iframe, then you may find that the font-face is removed and replaced with arial or helvetica when the iframe is removed from the page. This is a common effect of modal iframe lightbox systems, like shadowbox or thickbox.


-moz-font-feature-settings - MDC

by srcmax

The -moz-font-feature-settings CSS property allows control over advanced typographic features in OpenType fonts.

Giving Challenged @font-face Fonts The Italics Makeover

by srcmax

See the nice italicized text in the heading of this article? It is not so obvious to style as you may think. There are many great free and commercial fonts out there that allow @font-face embedding. Unfortunately, not all of them have an italics variant for one reason or another. For example, the font I use for my blogs headlines, Graublau Sans Web, does not have a true italics variant included with it, while the font I use for the blog’s copy, Droid Sans, does. When a font doesn’t have an italics variant, and you try to italicize it in a web-page using i and em tags, the results depend on the browser you are using:

* Safari, Chrome and Opera will render the font normally without italicizing it.

* Internet Explorer and Firefox will attempt to italicize the font, but Internet Explorer will slant the font at a 20° angle while Firefox implements a 10° slant.

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