Join Paul Trani for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Typekit fonts, part of Dreamweaver CC 2013 New Features.
As a Creative Cloud member, you have access to TypeKit, allowing you to add …really rich high quality fonts to your website. …So I'm gonna use this in conjunction with Dreamweaver to really liven up my site. …In fact, you'll notice that I'm already logged in, I logged in with my Creative …Cloud username and password. And now I can dive into selecting the …font I want. Now, I could sort anyway I want by classification. …So, I can sort by Sans Serif, maybe check out all the paragraph text.…
And these are just fonts that are good for paragraph text like Museo Sans. …And I can add Museo Sans to my kit, so I'm gonna select Create a kit. …And it asks me to create a kit. So I'd want to add domains as well as a …name, and I can just say Paul's site. And then for domain, this is where I want …to make sure I'm adding localhost. In my case, I'm using localhost and then 8888. …But you can add a couple different domains if you want to, just like I'm doing.…
I might add Paultraining.com. However many domains I want. …
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