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Using @font-face in CSS to Embed Custom Fonts

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In this Micro Tutorial users will learn how to embed custom fonts into websites using @font-face in CSS

Video Steps

1. Select a font

2. Ensure the EULA allows you to use @font-face

3. Download the font

4. Get the browser-compatible files you need

5. Edit your CSS - Name the font - Reference the font files - Specify the formats

6. Style other elements in CSS

7. Save and refresh to view changes

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