<link href='http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Special+Elite&text=MyText' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>
Google Web Fonts is the best way to add amazing new free fonts on our site. Google web fonts are web safe fonts, which can be added to any site by adding a few simple lines of code which you define.Lyssa GaleDesktop Fonts
I would love to see some dingbat fonts.
hello, I started using Special Elite when it was typewriter style. Now its completely different. What happened?
I love this streamlining, thank you. For an eight letter logo for which I use a Google Font I now only need to 'load' 4 letters.Awesome!
Can this be combined with other selectors? For example, I want to use all of the standard Latin set (Roman alphabet and punctuation, numbers, etc.) plus these glyphs from Latin extended: āáǎàēéěèīíǐìōóǒòūúǔùǘǚǜ (and their capital forms). Can I achieve this through link href='http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=EB+Garamond&subset=latin&text=%101%0e1%1ce%0e0%113%0e9%11b%0e8%12b%0ed%1d0%0ec%14d%0f3%1d2%0f2%16b%0fa%1d4%0f9%1d8%1da%1dc%100%0c1%1cd%0c0%112%0c9%11a%0c8%12a%0cd%1cf%0cc%14c%0d3%1d1%0d2%16a%0da%1d3%0d9%1d7%1d9%1db' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'
Is there an alternative to using 'text=' to limit my font download to the lower 128 chars? I rarely need the upper/extended charset and this would cut my font size in half for most cases.
is it possible to optimize the downloaded font for several weights of the same font?? My new 404 page is going to use different line-height and font-weight attributes. Is this doable??
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Is it possible to supply a charset that you need in its entirety? Supplying the whole alphabet & more, for a font that normally contains thousands of glyphs, is still not awefully optimal.
Thankyou google, its great
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