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How do I use Css3 in VS2008

Hi,

I am trying to use the following code in css but it is not working. I am using VS 2008 and it is using Css 2.1, how do i enforce to use Css3

@font-face {
      font-family: 'MyFirstFont';
      src: url('../Fonts/Myriad Condensed Web.eot');
      src: local('¿'), url('../Fonts/Myriad Condensed Web.ttf') format('truetype');
}

I want to use the font which might not on local computer where the website will browse.
Please help.

Thanks
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Anurag AgarwalCommented:
hi buddy !!

First of all, CSS 3.0 has not been finalized, so it wouldn't make any sense to include it in Visual Studio or any other product for now.

Secondly, support probably won't appear until the browsers provide support, so you have a lag time associated with this as well.
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spatel208Author Commented:
Hi,

is there anyway to use the specific font in webpage which might not installed in user's computer?
If yes, Please can you give me example code for that?

Thanks.
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Anurag AgarwalCommented:
spatel208 again if you use any other specific font which is not installed at client side, then it will not work or else client will have to install the font ................!!
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spatel208Author Commented:
I understand and now I left this bit, I will the common font now. Anyway thank you for your kind help.
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