FontFonter let’s you look at any website in 40 different fonts.

(via erik spiekermann)

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  1. This is a fun tool. And it seams that if you like some font you can buy it or use it through TypeKit.

  2. Very cool…I’d like to see it with free fonts too!

  3. I developed a similar Chrome extension that lets you preview Google Fonts (which are free and increasing in number all the time) on a given webpage, and also use CSS selectors to selectively apply them:

  4. That’s a fun tool. A nice way to quickly envisage a subtle change.

  5. Promising, but does not work on my site. May be because I’m using Google fonts.

  6. congrats on being mentioned in Seth Godin’s blogpost today!

  7. Seth brought me here! As Derric said, Congratulations for getting a link in Seth’s Blog! Awesome (and fun!)

  8. Seth pointed the way here for me as well.
    Love the tool but I’ll put in a plug for free fonts as well.
    The one chosen for my site would cost me so much I would be hard pressed to succeed.

  9. I would really suggest you try FontDropper 1000 bookmarklet from WebINK. It is much more flexible and works on any web page. Try any of the 4,000 font faces on any live text.

    We built it so that anyone can see how a web font would look on any page. No account required. We hope you will find a font you like an then use WebINK. Easy as drag and drop. htyp://

  10. +1 for Pamala and her Google Font Previewer which in started using a year ago. -1 to a Seth for being so overly dramatic and twisting words, fact and history.

  11. Brad, FontDropper was great and worked on my site (unlike FontFonter) — you may want to fix the typo in your URL above, though, and include in your instructions how to CLOSE FontDropper — I was a little stymied there.

  12. +1 for another Seth follow-me

    I love the mock symmetry of your logo – its going on my vision board :-)


  13. Magnificent website. Lots of helpful info here. I am ssnding it to a few buddies ans
    also sharing in delicious. And certainly, thanks to your sweat!

  14. I like what you guys are usually up too. This sort of clever work and exposure!
    Keep up the amazing works guys I’ve included you guys to my blogroll.