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Using custom fonts with dynamic headings

, 16 Sep 2007 LGPL3
Use this control to create dynamic headings on your webpages so you can use custom fonts without needing a designer everytime you want to change a heading!
Example_project.zip
TrunkMedia.DynamicHeadings.Example
bin
TrunkMedia.DynamicHeadings.Example.dll
font
CALAVERA.TTF
DUE.TTF
MADFONT_.TTF
mypager.ttf
xeroxmal.ttf
TrunkMedia.DynamicHeadings.Example.csproj.user
TrunkMedia.DynamicHeadings.dll
Source_code_solution.zip
TrunkMedia.DynamicHeadings
Configuration
Control
HttpHandler
Model
Properties
TrunkMediaDynamicHeadings_solution.zip
TrunkMedia.DynamicHeadings.suo

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Scott.Mayo
Web Developer
New Zealand New Zealand
I'm currently technical director at Trunk Media, an Auckland,New Zealand based interactive web agency specialising in accessible and usable web development. I've had several years experience working in London,England working for a top web agency whose clients included several FTSE 100 companies. I've been developing websites for over 8 years now and have a broad range of skills I'm constantly trying to improve.
 
When I'm not flat out at work I'll be cross country mountain biking, trying to snowboard, swimming in the surf or fiddling with an old car or two.

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