W3C’s WebFonts Working Group has announced WOFF 1.0 (working draft), a format for encapsulating and compressing font data. The name WOFF apparently doesn’t stand for anything in particular. WOFF isn’t a font format apart from existing formats, but a way to package fonts on the Web. Additional metadata can be attached to a WOFF file to identify the font’s origin and restrictions.
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