Font Combiner generated formats

The Web Open Font Format (WOFF) is the new standard web font format supported by the majority of modern web browsers, and is a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendation as of 2012.

Font combiner generates both WOFF and TTF formats, with a purposeful decision to exclude Microsoft's Embedded OpenType (EOT) and SVG fonts from its system.

The following CSS @font-face syntax will cover the majority of modern browsers:
@font-face {
	font-family: 'custom_f0';
	src: url('custom_f0.woff') format('woff');
The font-family defined in the @font-face declaration can then be applied to an ID or class as a CSS property elsewhere in the stylesheet in the usual way:
	font-family: 'custom_fc0';

Font Combiner scales glyph sets from oversized fonts down to size. This approach offers greater consistency in line height and therefore greater flexibility to drop in custom fonts without hugely affecting page layout (allowing for more graceful degradation to fallback fonts where browsers lack support).

There are many third-party TTF to EOT font conversion tools online should you feel it appropriate to include web fonts for old releases of Internet Explorer.

WOFF and TTF support:

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WOFF support in 2013

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TTF support in 2013