What are web safe fonts and fallback fonts?
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- March 9, 2019 at 12:14 pm #54605
Web-safe fonts are fonts that are commonly pre-installed on many computer systems, such as Arial and Times New Roman.
In case the browser or operating system doesn’t recognize the first font you set (e.g. Ubuntu), you should choose a web-safe fallback font to display (e.g. Arial), followed by a generic font family (e.g. sans-serif).
If your fallback font doesn’t display either, the browser can pick a generic font in the sans-serif family.
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