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How to: find Fonts in Apple Font Book and use them on the Website

Simple tutorial for web developers…

Developing a website is interesting. However, if we use a font that only exists on our computer but not on another, the website display will go wrongs. Thus, we need to ‘remotely’ load the font instead.

Tutorial

Let’s take SF Pro Display Font as an example.

1. Find fonts location using Apple Font Book

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