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    Font looking different

    How does my font look if someone does't have that specific font downloaded? I rainbow6 for my font, but I don't know if many people have it.

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    I mean I use rainbow6 for my font.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ywun
    I mean I use rainbow6 for my font.
    If they don't have that font, it would show a default font instead. Here's a thread on that very subject.
    I usually design with a default san-serif font and then work on changing it as the last task. The content and readability are the most important elements. Making it look 'cool' doesn't always accomplish what was intended.
    You could always provide a means of asking the visitor to download a font if they want, and no doubt some do, but that ploy tends to drive me away from the site.
    What I have done is create a graphic using that font and inserting it in the appropriate place, and it can be effective as a title or navigation button, but it increases download time.



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