Web Typography

For those who have been designing web sites for centuries, the recent acceptance of web fonts and the possibilities of HTML typography requires some readjustment. We had our hopes for typography dashed around 1998, when the first type embedding specs were proposed and then not accepted in a cross-browser way; we were afraid to get too invested in the new trends. But cross-browser web fonts are real, and more sophisticated forms of typography are coming down the road, through a combination of fancy JavaScript plugins and some nascent new web standards. All of which is to say, it’s time to start looking at examples of best practices, such as those offered in the following link: http://desgr.com/web-typography-multiple-fonts-in-web-design/