mkstudio's picture

Please ID. Thanks.

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R.'s picture

That’s Belgrano (available via Google Fonts).

Here’s one handy thing to know: If you want to identify a webfont, you can select the text that uses it, right-click on your selection and then select ‘Inspect Element’ from the context menu (in Firefox and Chrome). The font name will be shown on the right-hand side in the panel at the bottom of the screen. You might want to click on the tab ‘Fonts’ in Firefox or ‘Computed’ in Chrome for a neater overview.

mkstudio's picture

Brilliant response. Thank you!!!

R.'s picture

You’re welcome!

Ryuk's picture

Couldn't have explained it a better way than R. did (and will probably quote it in the future).
Other handy option for Chrome user only: Chrome WhatFont app by Chengyin Liu. Click the toolbar app icon and simply hover html text to reveal the webfont name.

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