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Hi there,

I am developing my homepage in FrontPage '98 and I used some fonts as a text  on my web page
but after uploading my web page on angelfire.com when I checked my homepage from different computer I saw
my text in plain font (the simple one) ...so can u provide me the solution that how its possible to use fonts in text on web page and everybody can see my web page in the font which I used from the another location...

Fondly,
Zahid Zia
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You can add a link to the fonts you use in the page, so everyone should install the fonts and see the web page as you design it.
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well any  other solution.....is it possible that to upload my font files there on my angelfire home directory.

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I didn't understand what you mean with that. Can you explain?
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I can't remember exactly where I saw it but you might do a search on the net for embedding fonts in web pages.  I know that there is a way to embed the fonts you are using on your machine in the pages you publish to a server, but I just can't remember where I saw it.  Good luck
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