Need some free clipart for your web site or presentation? Instead of sticking with the same old pictures that came with powerpoint, why not check out some fresh ones at WPClipart?
They have thousands of images, most of which are in PNG format. You can browse through the categories and find what you’re looking for, or you can download the whole collection.
While it would be nice if there was a cross-browser cross-platform font downloading system for the web, the current system of Cascading Style Sheets isn’t too bad. It does allow you to select a number of fonts that the browser can cascade through.
This gives you the option to select fonts that fit the look you’re after, but may not be widely available. You can cascade down to fonts that are more widely available fonts.
Or you may wish to use a font that is available on only one platform. In such a case you could check to see if there are similar fonts available in other systems which can be used as a fallback. You can check the commonly available fonts on various systems in this font list. This will also flag the fonts not available on your computer.
If you want to check the similarity between a number of fonts to narrow your choices or to determine the order of the cascade, this font comparer will help your decision.
I’ve collated a list of common fonts available in different operating systems as well as other free fonts. This will help you select the fonts you should use for your web site without having to limit yourself to verdana!
I’ve written a the Style Comparison Utility to help compare different fonts and styles to help me while trying out different designs.
This utility lets you compare a paragraph of text using two different styles, fonts and colours. It has an advance font selector that lets you preview your fonts. You can layout the comparison panes vertically or horizontally.