While I am working on my website, I have been looking at many of your websites for inspiration. Today, the thought occurred to me: "how do you use a specific font in a website, i.e. for headlines or block quotes, if it is not on a viewer's computer?
A quick Google search got me lots of websites, but I want to tell you about Google web fonts
. It has an extensive list of interesting fonts you can use, which you scroll through and select to create your 'collection'. When you're finished, the site creates a stylesheet link for you to add, which looks like this:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Tangerine">
Once added, you just use the name of the font (i.e. Tangerine) in your style sheet.
I love all the cool tools Google provides FREE, and this is just another new way for me to love Google even more!