Not long ago web developers were stuck using a specific subset of universal fonts on their websites. But times have changed!
Modern websites are discarding the generic universal fonts in place of their own. This is fantastic! The ability to use your own fonts on your web site is important, especially if your branding is centered around a specific look.
Adding custom fonts to your website is fairly simple! In this post, I will assume that you don’t have all the formats at your disposal, and assume that you just have the ttf (True Type Font) file available.
Step 1: Locate your font
There are tons of website that offer fonts for free. If you’re hard core you can make your own fonts! If you are able to export to multiple formats (eot, woff, svg, and ttf) than that’s great! If not, you can continue to the next steps.
The team here at WiBit has been hard at work over the past few months putting together a brand new course lineup to roll out. In case the title didn’t give it away, we’re going to cover scripting languages! Yay!