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Decorative fonts can help make your site stand out and more individually, but finding fonts that work on all browsers and systems can be tricky. Here are font sites and sites to help you learn how to use them online.

16 Gorgeous Web Safe Fonts To Use With CSS
I have gathered together a nice resource list of stunning web safe fonts that you can use with CSS stylesheets. “Web Safe” fonts mean that they will be extremely common on most versions of Windows, Mac, Linux etc, so they will be viewable by more a less everyone. Along with each font is a preview image of what it looks like, and the raw CSS code that you can copy and paste directly into your own stylesheet to use the font.

Font Squirrel
Free fonts have met their match. We know how hard it is to find quality freeware that is licensed for commercial work. We’ve done the hard work, hand-selecting these typefaces and presenting them in an easy-to-use format.

Use a custom font on your website
Webdesigners always have to make sure that they use a common font for their website, otherwise it’ll display incorrectly on browsers that don’t have the font installed. This can be really annoying if you want to use a nice custom font. You could load the font in Photoshop and save it as an image, but this isn’t dynamic and is not SEO-friendly. Here are two solutions on how to make dynamic custom fonts.