Now serving Web Open Font Format (WOFF) font files to all users who view WebINK fonts using Chrome 6
Monthly Archives: October 2010
Faux styling is what a browser does when the style you asked for (usually bold, italic, or both) doesn’t exist. It widens and overlaps text to make it look bold, and it slants text to make it look italic. While this might approximate the look you want, it can be distracting.
It’s the season to be scary, so here are some thoughts for what you might do for a Halloween makeover of a web site using WebINK fonts! The most obvious horror choice in WebINK must be P22 Spooky, but there … Continued
Are you interested to see how web fonts can make your website cooler? Do you like having drinks in a cool location? Do you like having the chance to win an iPad? If you answered “Yes” to any of these … Continued
‘Tis the season for all things political, and in doing so, we’ve had a good time playing around with some of the most prominent political sites using the new Web Preview feature of Suitcase Fusion 3.