Tag Archives: webfonts

Source Serif 2.0

Source Serif Pro is a set of OpenType fonts to complement the Source Sans Pro family. Looking good I must say! Introducing Source Serif 2.0 →Source Serif Pro (GitHub) →

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Minimize FOUT with Font Style Matcher

Great tool by Monica Dinculescu (@notwaldorf): If you’re using a web font, you’re bound to see a flash of unstyled text (or FOUC), between the initial render of your websafe font and the webfont that you’ve chosen. This usually results … Continue reading

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Improved Font Loading in WebKit

Font Loading API, FOIT timeout after 3 seconds, WOFF2 support, and unicode-range support. Huzzah! Improved Font Loading →

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The New Google Fonts

The new Google Fonts makes it easier than ever to browse our collection of open source designer fonts and learn more about the people who make them. Using the Material Design framework, we created a design that scales across different … Continue reading

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Zenfonts – A tiny and flexible JavaScript tool to help loading web fonts

// JavaScript Zenfonts(“Dolly”, {fallbackClass: “fallback-dolly”}) /* CSS */ body { font-family: “Dolly”, Georgia, serif; } .fallback-dolly body { font-family: Georgia, serif; } A tiny JavaScript helper to load and pre-load web fonts that are specified via @font-face. It uses best … Continue reading

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Map Glyphs – The Ultimate CSS Map Font

Map Glyphs has hundreds of scalable vector map icons of the world, continents, globes, countries and states. Map Glyphs →

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Multicolor Fonts in the browser

Seemingly out of nowhere, big guys like Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and Adobe are proposing multicolor font formats, and rushing to have them implemented in browsers and OSes. This sudden interest is not so much fueled by typographers, designers or … Continue reading

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For use with Ionic, but can also be used outside of it. Makes correct use of Unicode’s Private Use Area. Ionicons →

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Color Emoji in Windows 8.1 —The Future of Color Fonts?

With Windows 8.1, Microsoft’s operating system now also supports color emoji. But they did it in a very different way than Apple and Google. Instead of using PNG images, they introduced a support for layered vector glyphs! Reminds of that … Continue reading

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Redacted Font

This project is a (nearly) direct rip-off of BLOKK. The idea is simple and brilliant, but I wasn’t happy with the implementation and it didn’t appear to be an open source project, so I created my own. Also comes with … Continue reading

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