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Font Families - Serif, Sans-Serif, Monospace, Script, Fantasy

One of the easiest ways to impact the design of a Web page is with the fonts that you use. This guide will help you find the font that works best for your situation.

Some Rules
1.Don't use more than 3-4 fonts on any one page.
2.Don't change the font in mid sentence unless you have a very good reason.
3.Sans serif for online, serif for print.
4.Monospace for typewriter and code.
5.Script and fantasy for accents.

Sans-serif Fonts are the Basis of Your Site
Sans-serif fonts are those fonts that have no "serifs": the little hooks on the end of the letters. If you've taken any print design courses you've probably been told that you should only use sans-serif for headlines. This is not true for the Web. Web pages are intended to be viewed by Web browsers on computer monitors. And computer monitors don't have as good of resolution as paper. This means that when your readers view a page of serif font on the screen, the little serifs make the text harder to read.

Always use sans-serif fonts for your Web page main copy.

Some examples of sans-serif fonts are:

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•Lucida Sans
Verdana is a font family that was actually invented for use on the Web.

Use Serif Fonts for Print
While serif fonts are hard to read online, they are perfect for print. If you have print friendly versions of your site, this is the perfect place to use serif fonts. The serifs, in print, make it easier to read, as they allow people to differentiate the letters more clearly. And because print has a higher resolution, they can be seen more clearly and don't appear to blur together.

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•New York
•Times New Roman
Monospace is for Code Examples
Even if your site isn't about computing, you can use monospace to provide instructions, give examples, or imply typewritten text. Monospace letters have the same width for each character, so they always take up the same amount of space on the page. Typewriters typically used monospace fonts.

Some examples of monospace fonts are:

•Courier New
•Lucida Console
Do Not Use Fantasy or Cursive for Body Text

Use fantasy and cursive fonts in images and as headlines. Some examples of fantasy fonts are:

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Impact is the font family most likely to be on Mac, Windows, and Unix machines.

Some examples of script fonts are:

•Comic Sans MS
•Lucida Handwriting
•Zapf Chancery

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