CSS


Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used to describe the look and formatting of a document written in a markup language.

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Fourth issue of Back Cover, a bilingual French graphic design magazine. In this issue: A Conversation with Karel Martens, Wim Crouwel, Joost Hochuli, and more.

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Overview and sample code for accessing OpenType features in CSS.
Tutorials · 19 September 2016 · English

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This Greta Sans Type System Specimen App was created to help you explore the type system intuitively with a mouse or your fingers.
2 May 2012

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When using Elementar in a browser, you can specify the CSS rule to ensure that the fonts are displayed without aliasing:body { -webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased; }
Because web browsers do not support OpenType layout features, we built a system that generates font files on the fly and can apply OpenType features directly to the file. This enables us to support true small caps as well as various styles of numerals.
Yes you can. Our CSS is designed to recognise local fonts, and if the given font is installed locally it is used first. In that case the webfonts are not used, so no bandwidth is consumed.
The Print & Web Licence of our OpenType fonts permits you to download the font files and use them in your favourite print applications. When you want to use them on a website, log in to your account to generate a block of CSS code for your webpage.
Unfortunately, web browsers do not support OpenType layout features (yet). But the Typotheque webfont system generates font files on the fly, and can apply OpenType features directly to the file in the process. This enables us to support true small caps as well as various styles of numerals.

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How to use Typotheque Webfont embedding Service allows using custom fonts in the website using @font-face rule in CSS. Simple tutorial. Cross-browser font embedding