Font not Supporting in a website

Started by ganeshbala, May 26, 2009, 12:37 AM

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ganeshbala

Font not Supporting in a website

I have designed a website... in which i used a font called "TW cent MT" for some Text..

But in online the font doesnot support in other systems...

The TW cent MT is setted to Normal System Default font as "TimesNewRomen"

I need the same fonts to be displayed in the Browser..

How to solve this problem.. Acumens Help me  :acumen

Sudhakar

Good Question.

Adding the font to your web hosting server could possibly solve all the issue.
  :educated

ganeshbala

Hey thanks for your suggestion..

Let me try it and say ... :acumen


ganeshbala

In that website content folder..

create font folder and place all your supporting fonts in that folder and upload it.

I think this will work..

Sudhakar

yes, but you are partially right.

If you have serve access, you have to install the language file.  :yes

Which stores only on Font Folder.
  8)


Admin(Portal)


Could you give some ideas to install the language file in server


Creating Language Files through whm ( Linux Server )

Through WHM

Clone/Create a New Language File (in WHM)
Usually clone english to your new language's name
Edit a Language File (in WHM)
Edit your new language file with the appropriate values and save the changes.
Either have your users change their language in their cPanel interface (if the option was given to them) or use the "Modify an Account" function in the WHM to select the new language for them.

Manually

Copy /usr/local/cpanel/lang/english to /usr/local/cpanel/lang/your_language_name.
Edit the copied language file and save the changes.
Run /usr/local/cpanel/bin/cachelangfiles as root from the command line.
Either have your users change their language in their cPanel interface (if the option was given to them) or use the "Modify an Account" function in the WHM to select the new language for them.

Notes:

/usr/local/cpanel/lang/english is the default english language file provided by cPanel.



New language files should include all the values present in the english language file. Changes to the english language file will be overwritten when cPanel is upgraded or resynced. You will need to create a new language file if you wish to edit the English language.

Any time changes are made to a language file, the changes must be cached to work properly. This is achieved by running/usr/local/cpanel/bin/cachelangfiles. When language files are edited through the WHM, this script is ran automatically upon saving the changes. This script is also ran automatically when cpsrvd is restarted (same as restarting cPanel).

Source : cpanel.net
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