Downloading a free font licensed for use on the web


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Downloading a free font licensed for use on the web

So now that we've picked our geometric Sans Serif font, Museo Sans, we need to get it into our city site. Museo Sans has multiple weights and styles available on Typekit through the Trial Plan. It has 100 through 1,000. But we're going to go about getting the font into our site using @font-face. Quite frankly, because there are so many more weights and styles here available via Typekit, that's probably how I would usually access Museo Sans, but I want to make sure you know how to use the @font-face syntax.

There have been a few small changes recently and this will give you the updates. It's important to know how to use the @font-face syntax because there are Web fonts out there that aren't available from either Google Web Fonts or Typekit, and some are free fonts. You can find them at Font Squirrel, on the websites of type designers, and from services like Fontspring and MyFonts.com. Others are fonts that you'd have to purchase a license in order to use, but you...

Downloading a free font licensed for use on the web
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