Fonts: Serif vs. Sans Serif
When building your website, be sure to choose
common fonts that are likely to be installed on your readers computers.
a lot of
the point of using a cool font if very few of your readers' computers will
Fonts fall into one of two categories: serif or sans serif. Serif
fonts do not such embellishments. I strongly recommend using
sans serif fonts. They are much easier to read online.
Still confused about serifs? See Webopedia's
serif definition and diagram.
Sans Serif: Verdana,
New Roman, Georgia,
To find more information about web fonts and samples of the fonts listed
above, go to Microsoft.com's Recommended
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