Categories Asides Yahoo Downloadable Web Fonts Post author By Matt Post date March 22, 2009 13 Comments on Downloadable Web Fonts Downloadable font formats for the Web. See also: Web Font Optimizer (visit in anything except Firefox). 2009 will be an exciting year for typography on the web, particularly when Firefox 3.5 comes out this summer. Hat tip: Mark Wubben. Share this: Related Typekit Web FontsMay 29, 2009In "Asides"Font for Code EditingOctober 26, 2002In "General"Firefox WinsJanuary 31, 2005In "Asides" Tags fonts ← Berkun on 2.7 → WordCamp China, Hong Kong, and Japan 13 replies on “Downloadable Web Fonts” Inspired by Chris Shiflett’s article exploring the status of font linking support in browsers, I also wrote about the future of font linking. It certainly will be an interesting 2009. An interesting tool, this Web Font Optimizer. I’ve been using a special font in my header for quite a while now. That takes a while to load. Would be great if this tool allowed upload and processing of individuel fonts as well. great collection, soon new styled effect will be there !! Good news. Somebody read my mind. I’m sure there will be an explosion of changes and improvements in this whole realm. […] From David Baron’s blog, here. Via Matt Mullenweg’s blog, here. […] Wow, I’ve been looking for something like this… hope its exact. Nice. I’ll stick with sIFR until there is better support. If only there was a way to make Web Fonts compatible with older browsers. I highly recommend cufón, which is a great and very easy to use alternative to sIFR and FLIR, I’m no programmer, and had it up and running in 5 minutes. info + download: wiki.github.com/sorccu/cufon/about Cufon is amazing! It creates images on the fly, so I would recommend it only for banner and bigger/special text generation, but it is so easy to use, my kid could do it. […] Matt Mullenmag, que também indicou o tutorial de fontes para internet de David […] […] Matt recently mentioned his interest in Web fonts, and there are certainly some rumblings in the standards community to get the ball rollin’ again. Not to say that there was a complete cessation of making Web fonts available readily, but attention has been paid to so many other things in the community… […] […] Downloadable Web Fonts — Matt Mullenweg – Downloadable font formats for the Web. See also: Web Font Optimizer (visit in anything except Firefox). 2009 will be an exciting year for typography on the web, particularly when Firefox 3.5 comes out this summer.none […] […] generated-image titles.) Typekit takes advantage of the current and upcoming browser support for embedded fonts and abstracts away all of the complications thereof like Feedburner did for feeds. Brought to you […] Comments are closed.