Is this available? Has it been certified? What is the current CSS version?
Typically, where is the URL link pointing to?
"This next example might be found in a UA's default style sheet. It implements the CSS3 generic font family, serif by mapping it to a wide variety of serif fonts that might exist on various platforms. No metrics are given since these vary among the possible alternatives."
local("Times New Roman"),
font-weight: 100, 200, 300, 400, 500;
CSS3 module: Web Fonts
@font-face is available for:
- Firefox 3.5+, Opera 10+, Safari 3.1+ and Chrome 4+ in TrueType fonts
- Internet Explorer 4+ in EOT fonts
- Firefox 3.6+, Internet Explorer 9+ and Chrome 5+ in WOFF fonts
- iPad and iPhone in SVG fonts
You can create your own @font-face kit with a free online tool: http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fontface/generator
Thanks hexburner . . .
what are EOT and WOFF fonts?
and what about the URL - where is it pointing to?