> I was 'brought up' to believe that, when specifying fonts, one should
> quote a family such as 'Verdana, Arial, Sans Serif'. This means, of
> course, that if a user doesn't have Verdana, the page will select the
> next available font on his/her system.
> However, when I validate CSS, it tells me that I should only do this as
> a last resort, So my questions are: 'what is the first resort' these
> days? What is the standards way? What do you guys do?
Follow your instincts. Specify as many fonts as you think are needed to
satisfy your audience.
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