Another one from Jake Archibald!
This one is using two
@font-face sets for the same
font-family name. The second overrides the first, but only select characters of it, thanks to
Since the ampersand is more often used in display work than in ordinary text, the more creative versions are often the more useful. There is rarely any reason not to borrow the italic ampersand for use with roman text.
Then Drew McLellan showed how to do that (without a
24 ways, the annual all-thing-front-end-web advent calendar, kicks off this year with some very clever CSS trickery by the publications founder Drew McLellan.