WordPress is often the easiest solution for business owners who need to get a website online. It’s free, easy to install, and comes with a lot of customizable features – one of which is a library of exciting design themes. WordPress themes can even include unique menus and extra post types allowing the webmaster to style content in any format.
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It goes without question that CSS3 has been a major improvement on how we build websites. Beyond the additional properties I’ve found CSS3 web fonts to be a groundbreaking addition to the developer’s tool belt. You can import external fonts or even include your own custom-made fonts with just a few lines of code.
But not every website needs to include 5 or 6 additional typefaces. There is a rhythm to choosing great fonts which can help you avoid building websites that look like a 10 year old’s first time in Microsoft Word. I’d like to share a few tips for selecting fonts and how you should apply them with grace and humility.