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What we have here is a simple font server for your web projects. Each CSS file contains its own WOFF font, so all you have to do is call it like so from your CSS file:

@import url('https://fonts.novarata.net/NAME-OF-FONT.css');
(making sure your font-family matches the CSS in your html code)


  • abeezee-italic-sample.php
  • abeezee-italic.css
  • abeezee-regular-sample.php
  • abeezee-regular.css
  • abel-sample.php
  • abel.css
  • arya-sample.php
  • arya.css
  • bad-script-sample.php
  • bad-script.css
  • cagliostro-sample.php
  • cagliostro.css
  • cascadiacode-sample.php
  • cascadiacode.css
  • cinzel-decorative-sample.php
  • cinzel-decorative.css
  • cutive-mono-sample.php
  • cutive-mono.css
  • damion-sample.php
  • damion.css
  • eagle-lake-sample.php
  • eagle-lake.css
  • fauna-one-sample.php
  • fauna-one.css
  • gabriela-sample.php
  • gabriela.css
  • hanalei-sample.php
  • hanalei.css
  • opensans-sample.php
  • opensans.css


  • Alternatively, you can click any CSS file here, copy it and paste it into your own CSS file.

    Would you like a font to be included here? Shoot me an email @ [javascript protected email address] or PM or call with your request.

    Why? Google sucks (they offer hundreds of "free" fonts, but they track the snot out of visitors to websites that use them.)
    There are no external trackers here.


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    restriction n. 
    
     A bug or design error that limits a
       program's capabilities, and which is sufficiently egregious that
       nobody can quite work up enough nerve to describe it as a
       feature.  Often used (esp. by marketroid types) to make
       it sound as though some crippling bogosity had been intended by the
       designers all along, or was forced upon them by arcane technical
       constraints of a nature no mere user could possibly comprehend
       (these claims are almost invariably false).
    
    Old-time hacker Joseph M. Newcomer advises that whenever choosing a
       quantifiable but arbitrary restriction, you should make it either a
       power of 2 or a power of 2 minus 1.  If you impose a limit of
       107 items in a list, everyone will know it is a random number -- on
       the other hand, a limit of 15 or 16 suggests some deep reason
       (involving 0- or 1-based indexing in binary) and you will get less
       flamage for it.  Limits which are round numbers in base 10 are
       always especially suspect.