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Posted on 1998-10-23
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I'm sure where to post this...I have a web page that I created in MS FrontPage98.  Where I transferred it to my webserver I lost my fonts.  The server is running Linux, APACHE webserver, and Front Page extensions.  Is there a way to still use the fonts?
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When a user sees your page the will only be able to the fonts that they have installed on their PC.
If you want to use non-standard fonts then allow the user to download it from your page.
Another possibility is that Front Page lost the font references when you published. View your pages and check the font tags to make sure that it at least references the font you intended.
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