FF Web Developer toolbar at least lets you see it's some other font, when you disable the css with the fonts. But you still can't tell what font you're actually seeing.
OK, so you're hip to the newish web typography and using @font-face to send real fonts to your web browser. How do you know it's working? Here's a pretty inconclusive thread on the same question. Any better ideas?
I am busy for a sunday afternoon, aren't I? When I look at a webpage, if I want to know what font is being used on the screen, is there a way to find out? Is the info held in
Well, one way would be just by looking: if it looks different from the usual fare, it must be font-face. Check out the "CSS Typographic Control" button on the top left corner of this site: http://www.underconsideration.com/quipsologies/ Also, take a look at much more extensive controls in the right-side bar here: http://explorationsintypography.com/ , including being able to pick your own font.
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