Kenneth Auchenberg solved a great CSS3 mystery for me — using hyphens to automatically break words to a new line. “When you have an element with a dynamic width word-wrap: break-word, isn’t having any effect. Today’s browsers don’t use the ... Read more
When you hand off a HTML template to a developer for integration into a content management system, is it ready for all the variable content HTML has to offer? There’s one way to be sure templates are up to the snuff, and that’s making sure you’ve tested as many basic HTML elements that can be fit into editable content regions.
This article discusses various font replacement techniques, including: Cufon, SIFR, FLIR, Typekit, Fontdeck, @font-face, CSS, Font Spring and others. via The Web Designer’s Guide to Font Replacement Methods.