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Font support in browsers has always been a bit hit and miss. While support is improving, the only real way to have nice crisp fonts, particularly in the larger sizes, is to alias your own images in your graphics editor of choice and embed them. This is very time consuming. For this reason I created WebFont that mimics many paid services and allows inclusion of fonts on a page by using a dynamic url. It can be embedded into existing projects or run as a standalone service.
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This snippet is used to fetch the ‘152’ on the RepUK homepage.

As this is updated dynamically it is something that would be impossible to recreate by any other means.