Webinar: Web Fonts - Here at Last!
Much like "web-safe colors" in the past, "web-safe fonts" have long been a thorn in the side of web developers. Historically, authors who wanted to use specific typefaces on their pages had to resort to images, prefixes, and other less-than-desirable workarounds -- but no more! With the advent of the CSS Fonts Module Level 3 specification, web fonts have become more accessible, less browser-dependent, and even (dare we say it?) easy!
In this session we'll explore the new CSS3 @font-face rule and how to apply it, discuss some practical font usage and conversion issues, and see how to simplify it all with a little help from our friends at Google
What will the webinar cover
- How semantic structural tags differ from standard linear tags
- Which HTML5 elements and CSS3 features best apply to regular content
- How to apply styles to sets of tags for consistent results
- How to adapt your HTML and CSS for responsive design.
This webinar will suit those whose experience level with CSS is at the novice level.
Date and time
The webinar will be held on Thursday 26 May from 11:00 am-12:00 noon NZ time.(9:00 am - 10:00 am AEST).
The costs for this webinar are:
- TechCommNZ members (and affiliates: ASTC, NZATD, PRINZ) - $40 +GST
- TechCommNZ student members - $20 +GST
- Non-members - $70 +GST
About the presenter
Dave Gash is a Southern California-based technical publications specialist who provides technology consulting and training for hypertext developers. A veteran software professional with over thirty years of development, documentation, and training experience, Dave holds degrees in Business and Computer Science, and is well known in the tech pubs community as an interesting and engaging technical instructor. Dave is a frequent speaker at Technical Communication conferences in the US and around the world; find him at www.davegash.com.