Applying PT Sans to a site via Typekit


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Applying PT Sans to a site via Typekit

Now that we've picked a font with transitional characteristics, it's time to apply it to our Web page. First, open up the georgia_site, and I'll open mine in TextWrangler, but you can use whatever text editor you prefer. Let's save this file as pt_serif_tk, because it uses a Typekit font, _site, and you can save it in your original city site folder, because we won't be rewriting any other files.

Now, let's take a look at this in the browser. You can right-click, and we can see that it's still using Georgia. What we need to do is we need to add the PT Serif to this file by going into WebKit, and applying the WebKit font to our page. So I'm going to go through this quickly. If you're just joining us, or if you need a more detailed reminder of how to do these steps, I recommend you review the appropriate videos in the Venetian Fonts chapter of the course.

First, let's go to typekit.com, and if you're not already logged in, make sure you do so. Make su...

Applying PT Sans to a site via Typekit
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