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Links 1 through 10 of 26 by Chad Udell tagged typography

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Starting in 1998 with Internet Explorer 4, and then from March 2008 through March of 2010, one by one, all of the “big five” desktop browsers—Safari, Firefox, Opera, and Chrome—have rolled out roughly comparable implementations of @font-face font linking. With these, an indispensable piece of the web publishing puzzle—a piece missing since the web began—has fallen into place, and a true web-specific typography can begin to take shape.

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We have all heard of the golden mean (also known as the golden ratio or golden section): the self-replicating page with a proportion of 1:1.618 that is said to be found in everything from the design of ancient Greek architecture to the growth patterns of plants. This and other meaningful ratios rooted in geometry, music, nature, and history can be expressed as modular scales and put to work on the web.

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All you disco-dancing designers out there (no more anticipation of alliteration) have been loving the new features CSS3 provides for making websites look cool in an easier, less hackish, and more straightforward fashion. Features like CSS3 gradients, drop shadows, rounded corners, animations, and opacity are giving us the promise of less time spent in Photoshop, fewer horribly nested s, more flexibility, and more fun!

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Never forget those hotkeys for typographic symbols again.

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Mozilla Dev Center's font-face reference

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Custom fonts for you and me. It is the dawn of a new age... make your type look better.

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Fonts have been lacking on the web for so long... now with a recent resugence in interest, the technology is finally catching up.

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