@fraying woah, when did dotted backslashes replace hyphens? Musta missed the memo :/
But if you need compatibility with older browsers, a table might still be the best tool for the job.
Oh practicaltypography.com, you were doing so well. Table styling via CSS, yes. Table markup, never apart from data tables.
I absolutely love Averia, and use it all over my personal website. I think it is a wonderful idea, brilliantly executed. The result is surprisingly readable, and the slight “erosion” effect reminds me a lot of very early type. Many thanks for making these fonts and licensing them so freely :)
I didn’t think I’d be able to train myself to use the keyboard shortcuts for curly quotes, but it’s actually second nature now.
Human Planet still makes the best use of subtitles I’ve ever seen. Strangely the punctuation has no text shadow, though.
Is it just me who judges monospaced fonts by whether or not - and > line up vertically?
Why is it all of these fonts have kerning errors built in?
Having a font clearout. There’s so much crap to be gotten rid of.
Setting up iOS keyboard shortcuts for curly quotes and other typographical stuff /cc Aral Balkan
Reading through @clagnut’s Web Typography is inspiring me to use better typographical practises, esp. http://webtypography.net/Rhythm_and_Proportion/Vertical_Motion/2.2.1/
“I can do curly quotes on the mac keyboard now”Barnaby Walters