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There is no way to preload font file effectively, cause browser always waits for appropriate dom element before loading fonts mentioned in css, so you can do only: Use js to make img.src-like preload. It's better to use some library, e.g. Web Font Loader what I use: Similar font from popular cdn, e.g. Google Fonts. In your case Crimson Text is the ...


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Increasing font speed by using a CDN Ideally you should be using custom fonts on a content delivery system, since Arno Pro is a commercial font by Adobe you should look into using there Typekit service which is great for serving fast as quickly as possible and taking away resources on your own network. Choosing the right font for your website When ...


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It's legal to ask the browser to use Helvetica Neue if it's available on the system, but you'd need a license if you want to serve the font yourself. One option is to use Helvetica Neue if it's system-installed and fall back to some other sans-serif font like Arial if it's not. License details Source If you don't want to pay you may consider the ...


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You can define the fonts that the browser should use for italic and bold variants in your theme's stylesheet alongside your original @font-face declaration, as shown in this article. For your site, it might look something like this, depending on how Arno Pro Italic is named: @font-face { font-family: Arno Pro; src: ...



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