CSS3 @font-face rule? Watch

-kit-kat-
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hi there

I have been looking for a way to use my own fonts on a website and came across [email protected] rule, which seems to be just what I need.
However, I was planning to use it for the main body of text on my website, so the text needs to be searchable etc. Is this possible using the @font-face rule?

Thanks in advance
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Yep. All text styled with @font-face will remain searchable
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Yep. All text styled with @font-face will remain searchable
cool do you know any examples I could have a look at online? I was looking here: http://www.w3schools.com/css3/css3_fonts.asp and that text isnt searchable?
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cool do you know any examples I could have a look at online? I was looking here: http://www.w3schools.com/css3/css3_fonts.asp and that text isnt searchable?
Something like this link: ?
http://tomhirst.co.uk/custom-web-fon...i-and-typekit/

You might also want to try the Google Font API, which now has a silly number of fonts and makes the process even easier.
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