A complete set of fonts for one typeface including all available styles and sizes of the glyphs in that typeface. A font family may include both bitmapped and outline fonts. Font families are defined by resources of type 'FOND'.
or just Family A collection of related fonts. Often including plain, italic and bold styles.
Acollection of alphabets in a similar style but in different weights or classifications. For example, the Garamond font family might include Garamond, Garamond Bold, Garamond Italic, and Garamond Bold Italic.
The collection of all sizes and styles of a font.
Also known as "family". The collection of faces that were designed together and intended to be used together. For example the Garamond font family consists of roman and italic styles, as well as regular, semi-bold and bold weights. Each of the style and weight combinations is called a face.
Group of typefaces with similar characteristics. For example, the sans serif typefaces Arial, Arial Bold, Arial Bold Italic, Arial Italic, Small Fonts, and MS Sans Serif are all part of the Swiss font family.
A group of typefaces with similar characteristics. In Web design, you should choose from 4 basic font families: sans-serif serif cursive monospace How these fonts appear in the browser will vary depending on the site visitor's computer: what fonts are installed, what the browser settings are, etc.
All variants of a specific font, including those with varying weights and styles.
In typesetting, a font family is a specific font and all of its derivatives: italic, bold, small caps, strikethrough, etc. A simple font might include Times Roman, but a font family includes Times Roman in italic, bold and so on.
A group of outline and bitmapped fonts that share certain characteristics and a common family name.
A group designation that describes the general look of a font. For example, the Roman font family contains proportionately spaced fonts with serifs.
In HTML and XHTML, a font face or font family is the typeface that is applied to some text.