Category: WebDesign Tricks

When you want to design a logo choosing the right font is like picking the right color with which to paint your house. The alignment buttons in the Property inspector’s CSS mode ( Figure 4-3 ) set the CSS text-align property to…

When you want to design a logo choosing the right font is like picking the right color with which to paint your house. In order for Google Fonts to work on your website, you must have both the font family linked…

CSS is magic,” someone joked to me recently, as I demonstrated the pros and cons of a CSS3 pseudo-selector (specifically :nth-child). Saying that the essential ingredient I believe is a knowledge of interaction design itself, whether you know code or not it’s far…

How to pick the right typeface for your next logo design. Otherwise you need to restart them, so they can recognize that a new font has been installed. As well as optimizing the performance of your fonts, it also makes…

The @font-face CSS at-rule allows you to define and use your own custom fonts, thus allowing you to extend the limited set of standard system fonts that are installed by default on a computer, and that browsers can access and…