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CSS CSS Basics (2014) Enhancing the Design With CSS Web Fonts with @font-face

Where do I get the files (.woff etc) from?

I understand how to use the @font-face rule and all the code, but I don't understand where I get the files .woff, .ttf, .eot from? For example, if I would like to have Oswald for my headings and Open Sans for my paragraph, where do I find them?? //Johanna

1 Answer

Hi Johanna, If you're looking for the actual font files you can download them from Google Fonts (there's a "Download Family" button). This will give you the ttf files. You can then convert these by using a font file convertor. You can find several free ones by searching for font converter. I hope I understood your question correctly. IF not, please let me know!