Before CSS3, web designers had to use fonts that were already installed on the user's
With CSS3, web designers can use whatever font he/she likes.
When you have found/bought the font you wish to use, simply include the font file in the web
site, and it will be downloaded automatically to the user when needed.
You will have to describe your selected font with the new CSS3 @font-face rule.
In the @font-face rule you define a name for the font, and the URL to the font file:
Internet Explorer does not yet support the @font-face rule.
Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera support the @font-face rule.
To use the new font, add "myFirstFont" as the value of the font-family property:
You must add another @font-face rule containing descriptors for bold text:
The file "Sansation_Bold.ttf" is another font file, that contains the bold characters for the
Browsers will use this whenever a piece of text with the font-family "myFirstFont" should render
This way you can have many @font-face rules for the same font.
The Below table lists all the font descriptors that can be defined inside the @font-face
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