Need to use the font in this Jpeg

breeze351
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Need to find a font with a drop and be able to change the color.  Attached is a jpeg with an example of the font that I'm looking for.  I need to use this font on other pages.
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Commented:
Looks a lot like Goudy Stout CT with drop shadow added.
https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/castletype/goudy-stout-ct/

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That looks like the font, but it's $80.00 to download.  Anything look like this for free on my web site.  I don't mind paying for a font but this is just a mock up for my local bar.

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How do you add the drop to the font in HTML or is a function of the font itself?
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Just out of curiosity, why do you need a font?  If you are only going to display the logo, then simply use the JPEG.  Often, websites do not use the same font used in logos for copy.  If you need a somewhat similar font, I would look through Google fonts: Google Fonts
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Here are some free alternatives
http://www.fontspace.com/listemageren/1998a
https://www.ffonts.net/Porter-Regular.font
https://profont.net/fonts/porter-lil-kaps-font-download.html

BTW you can shop around for font pricing I could quickly find Goudy Stout for around $35 and only posted that link as a quick reference so you could see what it looked like, but it is a commercial font.

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I found something similar on fontspace.  My next question is how do I access it.
I up loaded it to the web site (/public_html/seabreezesoftware/joes)

I then modified the css to read:
#Green_Text
{
      font-family: /seabreezesoftware.com/Joes/Drop.TTF;
       font-size: 24px;
       font-weight: normal;
       font-style: normal;
         color: #4cbb17;
}

The font does not change.  What am I screwing up?

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