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Re: Fixing(locking) Fonts on web pages
From Max on 22 June '98
adding to Re: Fixing(locking) Fonts on web pages posted by Faisal


>>Your users won't be impressed with you forcing your own
>>taste in fonts onto them.

>Yes! true.....but a web page can lose it's taste an dimpression very fast if viewed in different light (font) than when it was made in!!

It takes a moderate effort to create a web site that looks adequate on all browsers, regardless of the visitor's setup, fonts, etc) and
excellent on a few of them. It takes far more effort to create a Web site that looks excellent on a certain browser (provided the visitor
has the same hardware, fionts, and settings as the designer) and really really bad on the rest.

As I am a lazy person, I take the easy way out of HTML design: stick to valid code and let the user see what they see.


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