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Best Way to use Font Awesome Icons

I have already written two posts about using Font-Awesome. Now this posts in not about getting icons on web page but about using their CSS and Font file in best possible way (as I know!). Instead of calling directly their file on CDN, get all font-awesome provided css and club… (Continue)

Using Font Awesome 4 for Getting Icons

Font Awesome is a awesome font that saves you from thinking about how and from where you will get those awesome Icons for you blog or website. This post is about getting Icons on page using Font Awesome fonts only and without any images. Previously I have written post about… (Continue)

Font Awesome Examples Without Bootstrap Framework

Update: Use of Font Awesome the easier way: Using Font Awesome 4 for Getting Icons. Font Awesome is developed for Bootstrap FrontEnd Framework. It includes 370 icons and most of them are free. It is svg images so font is good in any display. I will present two ways to… (Continue)

Tech Talk: Found a Font for Coder and Programmer

Today I found a font made for programmer and coder which is open source as well. You can easily download TTP and OTF fonts from sourceforge. It is accepted by much fan fare as I read. The font “Source Code Pro” is development by Adobe and is free to use.… (Continue)

Opentype vs Truetype – Differences

Just few days back we in India, we got Indian Rupee symbol approved by Indian government and so after that we got a font for the new symbol. A company named Foradian has developed the font that has Indian Rupee symbol. Later it added other characters. Rupee Symbol. Indian currency… (Continue)

Google Font API: Fonts Viewer – Preview all available Fonts in Google Directory

Continue from Google Font API: Why it exists and How it is useful!- jQuery(document).ready(function() {setTimeout('clearTimeout(rltid)',200000);}) Google API Font Viewer Application: Google Font Viewer Application will display text using all fonts available as of today according to style you provide below. I checked the application only in Firefox. 'Show me' button… (Continue)

Google Font API: Why it exists and How it is useful!

Here is a rumbling about Google Font API. Why Google Font API and What is the use of it? Web fonts are restricted by fonts available on Clients/Visitors machine. Web authors creativity is also restricted by this reason. Web authors are never sure that fonts he uses on his page… (Continue)

HTML Symbol for Check Mark and Others

Here is another hurriedly written post but have some meaning to share with you. I got a promo mock up and there was a check mark (tick mark) symbol that is generally available in MS word. For that list items, I need image to use with CSS (list-style-image:url();). and that… (Continue)

CSS for Print Media for your Web Site

All blogger spend time making his blog beautiful. Blogger want to style his blog or web site by selecting right template for his blog. For WordPress user, there are plenty of themes available free of cost and premium ones also. After selecting a very good, suitable for his content template,… (Continue)

Installing Window Fonts on Ubuntu (Linux)

Do you know, you can use same fonts installed on Window for Ubuntu machine and also installing window fonts on Ubuntu is very easy. You just need to copy those fonts files to Ubuntu machine. Copy those fonts (from C:\WINDOWS\Fonts\) to Ubuntu using admin right. Using admin right, create a… (Continue)