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Font Squirrel | Handpicked free fonts for graphic designers with commercial-use licenses.

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Free fonts have met their match. We know how hard it is to find quality freeware that is licensed for commercial work. We've done the hard work, hand-selecting these typefaces and presenting them in an easy-to-use format. Here are some of our favorites:

Identifont - Identify fonts by appearance, find fonts by name

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Welcome to Identifont, the largest independent directory of typefaces on the Internet, with information about fonts from 590 publishers and 158 vendors. Identify a font Identify a typeface by answering a series of questions:


WordPress › WP sIFR « WordPress Plugins

WP sIFR was created to remove the complications from getting custom fonts on a Wordpress site. With WP sIFR, you only have to upload your SWF font file to the plugin directory and then login, activate it, and configure its styles all in the Settings panel.


Complete Guide to Pre-Installed Fonts in Linux, Mac, and Windows | A Padded Cell

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Complete Guide to Pre-Installed Fonts in Linux, Mac, and Windows by Megan McDermott, 10 November 2007 - 4:48pm Web designers often feel that they are restricted to a basic set of core web fonts. This small set of fonts has been widely distributed most designers stick to them, just to be on the safe side. However, when you look at the fonts available on the three most widely used operating systems, you can see that this really isn't necessary. All three operaing systems come with a variety of fonts, many of which can be reasonably substitued for each other without affecting the design.You can also choose fonts that have the same look and feel that you want, but may not be close matches. This allows for much more flexibility in design while still ensuring compatibility across operating systems.

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