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use fonts that is not installed on client pc

jason fileds
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Joined: Jul 10, 2009
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hello,
i have a Trajan Pro font on my site.
when i put in the web, the people that don´t have the font installed on computer
is unable to see with the font that i choose.
how can i load the font on my server? i beliave there is some way to do this
thanks for your help
Bear Bibeault
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Some browsers may allow the inclusion of web fonts. But not all browsers allow this, and not all fonts allow it either.

Your best bet is to to use standard fonts or specify a fallback font that will work when the "special" font is not available.


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