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The use of hosted fonts
August 14, 4 min read The use of fonts in web development plays an important role in how a web application is presented. Different types of fonts have different meanings and areas of usage. To ensure a consistent presentation of applications using fonts, there are options to consider, each with their own pros and cons. To use fonts in web applications, we would have a referenced CSS file with codes similar to this:. The use of several fonts separated with commas for font-family as seen above is called font stacking. That is, Arial for the code above would be used on systems where Helvetica is not installed.
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If you have built a simple web page see HTML basics for an example , you will probably want to put it online, on a web server. There are several SFTP clients out there. To install FileZilla go to the FileZilla downloads page , click the big Download button, then install from the installer file in the usual way. Note : Of course there are lots of other options. See Publishing tools for more information. For this example, we'll suppose that our hosting provider the service that will host our HTTP web server is a fictitious company "Example Hosting Provider" whose URLs look like this: mypersonalwebsite. FTP is inherently insecure, and you shouldn't use it. Once connected, your screen should look something like this we've connected to an example of our own to give you an idea :.
An alternative to this is adding a custom CSS file. CSS for example. I suggest you link your CSS in your template sheet in a column with an empty header. Here is an article that could be useful for you. What should the syntax look like when I try to reference a css file located within Google Drive. We recommend you using some other hosting service or to use Awesome Table templates.