The fonts are one of the most important parts of every web Project. All though there have been many other selective collection font posts around which most of the time leads to big confusions Like which typefaces is really useful for your project or how to choose your font from the list of hundred fonts.
We spent last whole week reviewing dozens of font reservoirs and typography articles about fonts usability and popularity. Finally we end up with a list of 21 Most Used Fonts by Professional Designers in Web Designing World. All the screenshots made in such a way that there is no point of confusion. You can directly check the actual preview and corresponding font type.
The basic purpose behind this post is to show popular font types. there is no direct download link available for any font. You can find some related references at the end of the post.
One of the most common bugs reported for ScribeFire is a variation on this theme:
“When I post to WordPress, all of the HTML is stripped out. e.g., <br /> appears as ‘br /’.”
This is not a bug in ScribeFire; rather, it is a bug in a piece of software called PHP that is used to run your blogging software.
The (hard) solution to this bug is to get your Web host to upgrade their version of PHP to version 5.2.9 or greater. If that’s not possible, you can fix it yourself by installing this WordPress plugin.
Thanks to all of the ScribeFire users that have reported this problem, and thanks as well to the other users that supplied links to the fixes.