Unicorn Meta Zoo 9: This question does not appear to be about programming within the scope defined in the help center. Does Microsoft allow embedding of the Calibri font into a Web Site? I am going to try serving the free Droid font to those who do not have Calibri. Asked 9 years, 6 months ago. Try it this way w3schools. Why isn’t this the accepted answer?!
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For whatever reason, just fonts. You might want to check this discussion at http: Unicorn Meta Zoo 9: Depending on the type of visitors your website is meant for most visitors should have Ccalibri Vista or Windows 7 and thus have the Calibri font available for viewing your website.
I would like to use the Wfof font for my website even when the visitor does not have the font installed ie. How do we handle problem users?
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Thanks for the pointer. I saw that font from the link you provided so thank you for the tip. Why isn’t this the accepted answer?!
Try it this way w3schools. Hubert F Hubert F 91 1 1 silver badge 1 caligri bronze badge. I get forbidden: You might be able to use it through their link:. Works fine in IE 7 and later as far as I can see.
Calibri is available as a web font from several provider: Visitors without Calibri see very large ugly text. Verdana is notoriously chunky, far too big for its point size, which makes it a bad choice to mix with others in a fallback chain. The problem with listing Calibri first is that it is smaller than Verdana or Arial.
Does Microsoft allow embedding of the Calibri font into a Web Site?
Active 2 years, 11 months ago. Has the link be Changed? I would like to use Calibri for my website. I think this may be off-topic because it is about legal font usage. Christian Gollhardt Try this: I am going to try serving the free Droid font to those who do not have Calibri.
Somehow, Google has Calibri and Cambria in their directory. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. This question does not appear to be about programming within the scope defined in the help center.
You might be able to use it through their link: