When we create font-face kit (from fontsquirrel.com) we are served with 4 or 5 different font formats viz eot, woff, ttf, svg and otf (sometimes.)
Over a period of time, i’ve learned on //caniuse.com/#feat=fontface, that browser support for .woff has increased a lot. And an analysis shows that just 2 font-formats can fulfill all your various browser needs:
.eot – IE 7, 8 (Also supported on IE 9-10)
.woff – IE 9, 10, Chrome, Firefox, safari(5, 6) & Opera.
All the above browsers (Most of them are now auto-updated) fall in significant browser usage. (Hovering your mouse over browser version on above link shows it’s usage %)
My question: Is it safe now to exclude .ttf & .svg font-formats, considering they will be an overload given that ttf & svg have bigger file sizes than woff.
Has anybody used just above 2 formats(eot & woff) in their websites without any problem?