Online typography is looking better with .webfont

It is looking increasing like the proposed .webfont file format for embeddable/downloadable fonts will be the standard, and will be supported in CSS3. Safari and Firefox support using TrueType and OpenType fonts, however the licensing restrictions on most fonts, in particular all the good fonts from the major type foundries, prohibits use in this fashion. […]


With a bit of tweaking, all the HTML and CSS used for WordPress now validates. It was a little confusing to get it all worked out as I haven’t modified a WordPress theme before, so when running it past the w3c validator it wasn’t as straightforward as it could have been to work out exactly […]