OpenType is a format for scalable computer fonts. It was built on its predecessor TrueType, retaining TrueType’s basic structure and adding many intricate data


6 tools for making fonts work in browsers

One part of writing a PDF converter is making sure that the fonts embedded within the PDF are accessible to the target platform. For...
Sam Howard
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How to use Type 1 fonts on the Web

Back in the 1980s, Adobe saw that the existing methods of displaying text digitally – bitmapped fonts – were not up to the task...
Sam Howard
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Table order in OTF fonts

As part of our TrueType to OpenType font conversion (we need this for PDF to HTML5 conversion to ensure fonts display on all browsers),...
Mark Stephens
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PDF2HTML5 Font Updates

One of the most important visual elements of any document is the fonts. The PDF format has great support for fonts, allowing you to...
Sam Howard
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PDF to HTML5 conversion – PostScript font support

PDF to HTML5 conversion has to deal with the issue of embedded fonts in PDF files, and there are THREE ways to do this:-...
Mark Stephens
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