Myriad Pro is not web-safe!

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Myriad Pro - Web Safe? � FreelanceSwitch Forum: "Myriad Pro is not a web safe font. You web safe fonts are: Arial, Helvetica (Mac), Times New Roman, Verdana, Georgia, and Courier New. Any others you risk computers, no matter how old they are, not having them. Keep in mind that Macs have more standard fonts than PC's.

Also, just for the record, the resolution is going to vary no matter what computer you are on, and you must accommodate older and newer computers. This is why flexible, liquid based layouts are becoming more popular."

"There are a few more safe fonts than amberturner mentioned (like Lucida Grande/Lucida Sans Unicode, Palatino Linotype (almost safe), Trebuchet, Tahoma, etc.) , but she's definitely right that Myriad Pro is not one of them. Check out this article for some good tips on using font stacking for the web. You could do Myriad Pro as the first choice font with fallback(s) to something more safe. Of if you absolutely have to use Myriad Pro look at options like sIFR 2."

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