If the number of times the font is used per page isn't excessive, you could
also resort to sIFR3 for font replacement.

Check: http://novemberborn.net/sifr3 for more information.

If you need help with this, you can contact me off-list. :)

Gr.

Matijs

On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 5:29 AM, Lynette Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
wrote:

>  I am about to start a site  that is going to be basically several image
> gallery site pages.  My client is an artist.  I asked for some text for the
> site but she doesn't want "clutter".
>
> She asked: "how does it work with "key words" I realise i have not included
> many.  are they necessary these days and if so can they be incorporated to
> suit search engines without visually disturbing the presentation. "    She
> basically wants the website to look the same as  the Power Point
> Presentation which is what I am working from.
>
> The problem is that what text there is - site title  and subtitle,
> navigation menu names and individual  painting titles-  is in a very obscure
> font "Andy" that seems to be obsolete.  A quick search of the web revealed
> it was used in several programmes late 80's/early 90's  and doesn't seem to
> be available as a free download.  I asked if I could change the font but
> apparently all her printed matter is in this particular font so she wants to
> use it on the website.  I can use image replacement for the title but I
> would really like to use a standard font for the rest.
>
> I suppose  I will have to rely on ALT text. Is there anything else I should
> consider?  Thanks.
>
> Lyn
>
> Western Web Design
> Perth WA
>
>
>
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