Media praise for CSS Fonts

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"If you are ever considering the use of CSS Fonts in any project (web, mobile...) this little one of 58 pages is a must. You will find no black magic here, but a great primer on how and where to add some CSS code and "hey presto!" have a much nicer looking web page. All using standards, everything from Font families, faces, weight, styles, etc. It even covers font matching, a rather unfrequent technique used to guarantee the most similar UI font experience on any user agent." Full Review >
-- Rafael Flores, zalakain2010.blogspot.com

"Meyer's usual thorough, clear, straightforward explanation of a specification and it's implementation. This will tell you everything you need to know about CSS fonts. It will be put to good use as a reference but also deserves a quick read-through to familiarize yourself with what's typographically possible these days." Full Review >
-- Steve Clason, blog.steveclason.com

"This book expands and updates, more than doubling the 30 pages of information in Meyer's 3rd edition of CSS: The Definitive Guide. There is much better support for font manipulation. Capabilities have become more complex and there is no one better to explain what is currently available and what we can expect in the near future. " Full Review >
-- Hope Tillman, www.hopetillman.com

"If you want to learn things you didn't even know were possible to do to fonts with CSS, this is the book for you." Full Review >
-- Virginia DeBolt, www.webteacher.ws

"In the course of 60 pages, this book covers every font selector in CSS and covered a few that I'd never heard of as well." Full Review >
-- Tony Dunsworth, programmeredu.wordpress.com