Simon Pascal Klein — Setting standards-​​friendly web type

Web typog ra phy has in the past two years seen a resur gence in inter est and many would agree only rightly so, with most of the con tent on the web still tex tual. However the range of tech ni cal options avail able for set ting type on the web is quite broad—not to men tion the range of styl is tic choices available—and often con fus ing. This ses sion aims to demys tify the cur rent tech niques avail able to set type on the web by com par­ing and con trast ing the var i ous options at hand while offer ing a set of good defaults and safe advice for not only mak ing it acces si ble but also plea sur able to read.

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