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When designing a website one of the most crucial decisions is choosing the correct font. Readers will go through the content only if the font attracts them to read it and makes the data more recognizable. There is huge database of different types of fonts available online which can be downloaded any time. Some require payment but many are free. After downloading and applying a font on the HTML, it’s easily to tell if it looks good. Developers must also consider that the font they choose may not be easily read by other computers. To ensure that such problem does not occur, define fonts carefully. Another issue may be the time it takes to download a font. To avoid this CSS (Cascading Stylesheets) provides a solution which will allows authors to specify font family stacks. The font-family CSS property can have a long list of font names. Developers should start with the font they want first and then add a decreasing list of choices which will follow in case of a problem with previous font. Developers should always list the generic font family, serif, sans-serif, monospace, cursive and fantasy. This way the browser will always have the safest font option if no other font is available was listed by the developer. Here is a list of web-safe fonts that can be used with CSS stylesheets. Developers can preview the fonts and then copy the raw CSS code directly on their own stylesheet. 1. Arial Black 2. Courier LT Round 3. Georgia Regular 4. Palatino Nova Regular 5. Copper Plate Gothic PT Light 6. Verdana Regular 7. Gill Sans Roman 8. Trebuchet MS Regular 9. Century Gothic Regular 10. Tahoma Regular
HTML5/CSS3 are the heart and soul of creating a website. But when it comes to these languages, even the experienced coders, can’t know everything. That is when a “cheat sheet” becomes very useful. Even a master coder can use a little guidance every now and then. For those who have the basic skills to create a website, these HTML 5 CSS3 cheat sheets can boost a coder’s performance and are easily accessible in one place. These compilations have been created to make the work of web designers and developers easy and more efficient. HTML5/CSS3 are the newest languages with some differences compared to the previous versions. Although the languages have many options and have made the insertion of images and videos pretty easy, there are still times when it’s tough to remember all the nuances, which is why these HTML5/ CSS3 cheat sheets are so handy. 1. CSS3 Cheat Sheet (PDF) 3. CSS Properties Index Hopefully these updated “cheat sheets” benefit coders. Let us know how useful they were in the comment section.