Giving Your Readers the Freedom to Choose Fonts on Your WordPress Blog
If you saw that headline and imagined a future where you’d be running a typography poll to see which kinds of fonts your readers like best, then don’t worry because nothing could be further from the truth. One of the fastest-growing trends in WordPress design is to let end-users automatically select their own fonts through their browsers as opposed to specifying a long list of acceptable alternatives in a CSS style sheet. Anyone who’s edited the font stack in a WordPress template has probably seen something like this:
font-family: “Georgia”, “Palatino”, “Book Antiqua”, “Times New Roman”, Times, serif;
This is the first part of the article “Giving Your Readers the Freedom to Choose Fonts on Your WordPress Blog“
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