Google Web fonts are open source fonts available for anyone’s use without a license.
Since summer 2011, Google has been offering Google Web Fonts that add creativity to any website without significantly compromising page loading times. Google Web fonts are open source fonts available for anyone’s use without a license. They are a wonderful source to add new font styles to your website and to seek for creative HTML font solutions. Google Web Fonts stream from Google’s server to your website, i.e. this is an API service that requires (free) hosting environment from Google. The snippet command to place a Google Web Font to your website will be coded to your company’s website CSS by your web development team.
The situation is definitely not completely clear yet because Google hasn’t made any official statements on the matter. Since Goolge’s own Android mobile platform supports Flash this new policy is interesting, and appears to cater the growing market of iPhone and iPad users.
Dallas Web design & development company Interaria follows the developments of AdWord policy closely. Interaria specializes in coding websites that are “Google-friendly”.
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