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Packaging rare fonts with website

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I am wanting to use a slightly rare font called Cronos Pro Light, on my website, and was wondering if there is a way to "bundle" that font in with my website, say in a fonts folder or something.

I understand the problem of rare fonts, and the brower using its default font when the desired one cant be found, but is there a way, to tell the browser in html, or css, that the font is in the supplied fonts folder, and to get it from there, and therefore overcome the problem of it not being on the user's machine?


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    motto - Just get-er-done

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You need to read this on embedded fonts.


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