Specify a font named "myFirstFont", and specify the URL where it can be found:
The @font-face rule is supported in Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Opera, Chrome, and Safari.
However, Internet Explorer 9 only supports .eot type fonts, while Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera support .ttf and .otf type fonts.
Note: Internet Explorer 8 and earlier versions, do not support the @font-face rule.
With the @font-face rule, web designers do no longer have to use one of the "web-safe" fonts.
Make a font-face rule by giving the font a name:
Include a font file somewhere on your server, and refer to it with CSS:
If the font file is located at a different domain, use a full URL instead:
Now the font is ready to use, below is an example of how to use it for all div elements:
|font-family||name||Required. Defines the name of the font.|
|src||URL||Required. Defines the URL(s) where the font should be downloaded from|
|Optional. Defines how the font should be stretched. Default value is "normal"|
|Optional. Defines how the font should be styled. Default value is "normal"|
|Optional. Defines the boldness of the font. Default value is "normal"|
|unicode-range||unicode-range||Optional. Defines the range of unicode characters the font supports. Default value is "U+0-10FFFF"|
CSS3 tutorial: CSS3 Fonts
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