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Tutorials | Flash Typography with sIFR

Carlos Pinho
By | 2008-07-12T00:41:19+00:00 Jul 12, 2008|Old Posts|

One of the “big” problems while creating a flash site is the font you want to use. Choosing between rendering the text to a jpg or using one of the standard not-very-interesting fonts that are guaranteed to work in any browser is the main question. With sIFR you don’t need to bear in mind these factors. sIFR (or Scalable Inman Flash Replacement) is a technology that allows you to replace text elements on screen with Flash equivalents. The following tutorials will shows how to use this great tool:

Flash fonts with sIFR

Flash fonts with sIFR

use custom  type with sIFR

Use Custom Type with sIFR

How You Get sIFR To Work

How You Get sIFR To Work

Create Headlines with Flash Using sIFR

Create Headlines with Flash Using sIFR

Use Your Own Fonts

Use Your Own Fonts

If you want to learn more about how sIFR works, read this post from one of the creators of sIFR.

Now we let you some nice links with free sIFR fonts to use in your projects and other useful links.

About the Author:

Carlos Pinho
A father, a husband and a geek... Carlos was the founder of projects like The Tech Labs and Flash Enabled Blog. He is the founder of TekTuts He is passionate about technologies. Their main skills are in analytics, transport & logistics, business administration. He also writes about programming resources, trends, strategy and web development.