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Creating HTML for cross-platform...but what can I do about the fonts?

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I've gotten most of our dept's dynamic HTML to function under both Windows and Linux, but there is still this issue of fonts.
The default over here is Verdana, which I could already tell everyone wouldn't work in Linux.

Thing is, I don't have a lot of experience in what works/doesn't work as far as fonts go.

Does anyone have a list of Win/Linux-compatible fonts I could try out?
Or at the least, a list of Linux-only fonts I could try out that might look similar to Verdana?

Thanks everyone.
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That it did. Thanks!
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