Google's Web Fonts API offers a way to define callback functions to be executed if a font has finished loading, or couldn't be loaded etc. Is there a way to achieve something similar using CSS3 web fonts (@font-face)?...
I am looking for an example or some confirmation on a concept. Looking to use Raphael JS on an app and want to be able to warp text similar to how graphic design applications such as Illustrator do....
When using the FontFace API (not @fontface) is there a convenient way to pass multiple different font formats, like with providing multiple sources in @fontface?  Or alternatively, is there a convenient way to check what formats the browser using the...
I am trying to measure the width of a specific character from a webfont. The active event provided by Google's Webfont Loader fires slightly too early and the measurement it made on the default font.  A stripped down version of the script that I...
If a character is entered in a text field and the currently applied font does not support that character, a backup font is used for that character. Is it possible to tell via Javascript or some other means when this is happening? Trying to create a s...
First of all, there is a very similar question here: How to check if Font Awesome is loaded in web page with javascript?  I will try to explain why my question is different.  I have discovered that browsers have started to block web fonts in general,...
I need to trigger an action as soon as the fonts in my page switch to google's. (I'm using the css mode) Is there any DOM Event fired at the font switch?...
CSS has a @font-face rule which allows us to "use" custom fonts.  Does JavaScript have this functionality?  More specifically, is it possible to "use" custom fonts without using the CSS @font-face rule?...
I'm able to embed and style a font-face in a webpage to view on Android and iPhone, and it works fine. However, it will not render on Windows Phone 7.5.   I've tried embedding the font into the CSS:  @font-face {     font-family:'MyFont&#...
i have to detect with JS (jQuery) wether a browser supports Woff and then add a class to the body.  Something like this:      if(woffIsSupported){      $('body').addClass('modern');      }   is this somehow possible? Thank you for you...

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