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I have chose to us a non-standard font in many parts of my site. The font shows great on my computer but on may others it does not. How can I embed the font right into the site so it's more consistent. The Font is ChalkDuster.

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Add something like this to your css.

@font-face {  
  font-family: yourFontName ;  
  src: url( /location/of/font/FontFileName.ttf ) format("truetype");  
}  
 
/* Then use it like you would any other font */  
.yourFontName { font-family: yourFontName , verdana, helvetica, sans-serif;  
}  

From here: http://randsco.com/index.php/2009/07/04/p680
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