How to choose the right fonts for your Web site

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If you’re putting up your own Web site, you’ve got nearly infinite options, but that’s actually a problem for those who aren’t trained in Web design. Even something as theoretically simple as font selection can leave you gasping for breath as you deal with too many choices.

Typetester logo Check out Typetester. It’s a simple, free Web service that lets you compare fonts as they appear on screen. Its primary role is to make web designer’s life easier. As the new fonts are bundled into operating systems, the list of the common fonts will be updated. Typetester’s code structure is XHTML, styled with the finest CSS and driven by the JavaScript for manipulating DOM structures. Typetester will not work without JavaScript enabled. Typetester will also give you the CSS code based on the options you select. Just copy and paste that CSS code to your site and you are good to go.