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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by anthony04, Nov 22, 2004.

  1. anthony04

    anthony04 Registered

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    Can anyone give me a breif tutorial on installing fonts to the cpanel? Do I create a folder titled "fonts" and upload the particular font to it? Please help! :(
     
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    What is it exactly you need the fonts uploaded for ? I don't get it ?
     
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    font help

    I would like to use a certain font for a webpage that Im designing.
     
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    Your kidding right...
     
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    that depends on the browser that you use to view the website. and has nothing to do with the C-panel font.
     
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    Yeah i don't know if things have changed since my HTML 3.2 writting days, but normally, the visitor would have to have the font installed on their computer in order to render the page in the font your wanting to use. You can always make the font available for download with install instructions, if the licensing for that font allows for it. You would have to have it available for different OS platforms as well.
     
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