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Top 10 Web Safe Blogging Fonts

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The definition of Web Safe fonts means that they are generic fonts that display consistently across all web browsers and are available on all of the most popular operating systems (Windows, Linux, and Mac).

So if you design web pages using any popular operating systems, web-safe fonts will display consistently across them all.

So we have to play it safe. We have a small range of fonts to use, so we have to be creative with what we have.

Below is a list of the most commonly used fonts for Web Design.

You can also download Web Safe fonts here.

Georgia

font-family: "Georgia", serif
Georgia Font
Designed in 1993 by Matthew Carter for the Windows, learn more here.

Arial

font-family: "Arial", Helvetica, sans-serif
Arial Font
The typeface was designed in 1982 by Robin Nicholas, learn more here.

Courier New

font-family: "Courier New", Courier, monospace
Courier New Font
The typeface was designed by Howard “Bud” Kettler in 1955, learn more here.

Trebuchet MS

font-family: "Trebuchet MS", Helvetica, sans-serif
Trebuchet Font
Designed by Vincent Connare for the Microsoft in 1996, learn more here.

Lucida Console

font-family: "Lucida Console", Monaco, monospace
Lucida Console Font
Designed by Charles Bigelow and Kris Holmes in 1985, learn more here.

Verdana

font-family: "Verdana", Geneva, sans-serif
Verdana Font
Designed by Matthew Carter for Microsoft, learn more here.

Times New Roman

font-family: "Times New Roman", Times, serif
Times New Roman Font
Designed by Stanley Morison in 1931, learn more here.

Lucida Sans Unicode

font-family: "Lucida Sans Unicode", Lucida Grande, sans-serif
Lucida Unicode Font
Developed by Charles Bigelow & Kris Holmes in 1993, learn more here.

Tahoma

font-family: "Tahoma", Geneva, sans-serif
Tahoma Font
Designed by Matthew Carter for the Microsoft Corporation in 1994, learn more here.

Impact

font-family: "Impact", Charcoal, sans-serif
Impact Font
Designed by Geoffrey Lee in 1965, learn more here.

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