Tag archives for custom fonts

CSS - Cascading Style Sheets

Custom Styling Checkbox and Radio buttons inputs with CSS

At the time of designing a website, as a designer, one of my favorite work is to customize the design of FORM elements, especially a radio button and checkbox with CSS. Previously, when IE and Mozilla was dominating the WEB; FORM Elements were the most uninteresting, uninviting and inaccessible parts…
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CSS - Cascading Style Sheets

Change an input’s HTML5 placeholder color with CSS

Today, We will play with some more interesting CSS style properties for HTML5 INPUT placeholder styling. Let's explore, how to style placeholder text within INPUT elements with some unique CSS code. In previous articles, we have already covered some beautiful CSS effects on INPUT and Input . What is Placeholder? The placeholder attribute specifies a…
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CSS - Cascading Style Sheets

Unquoted font family names in CSS

Are the quotes in font-family: 'Comic Sans MS' required, or not? According to the the CSS validator, the quotes are supposed to be there in this case because the font family name contains spaces: Family names containing whitespace should be quoted. If quoting is omitted, any whitespace characters before and after the name are…
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Google Font API and Typekit solutions VS CCS3 @font-face

A quick tutorial here about setting up your website with custom fonts  I am also sharing these alternative solutions, pros and cons. The aim of this post is to briefly round up your options when using custom fonts in web design. CSS3 @font-face The @font-face was first proposed for CSS2…
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