Why I am not allow to generate the font-face kit for myriad pro
# May 12, 2011 at 7:54 pm
if you want to use the font on a website your best bet would be to either use something like Flir or Sifr(I think thats what it’s called). Chris has tutorials on how to use both of those on this site.
Another alternative if you don’t mind if its not that exact font is to use something like google fonts and find a font that looks similar and use that.# May 13, 2011 at 1:59 am
I like font squirrel
Each @font-face font kit come with:
TrueType Fonts for Firefox 3.5+ , Opera 10+, Safari 3.1+, Chrome 18.104.22.168+
EOT fonts for Internet Explorer 4+
WOFF fonts for Firefox 3.6+, Internet Explorer 9+, Chrome 5+
SVG fonts for iPad and iPhone
Cufón fonts in case you want them
Demo.html and stylesheet.css so you can get going fast# May 13, 2011 at 2:04 pm
as a result, cufon generally looks better (especially on windows) but is much heavier and creates very ugly, non-semantic html.# December 21, 2012 at 6:09 am
I’ve fixed this! Chrome likes it when you load the SVG line first. Just move that up in priority. Hmm… someone should tell Font Squirrel.
src: url(‘geosanslight-webfont.svg#GeosansLightRegular’) format(‘svg’),
let me know if that works for you. cheers!
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