<head> of your document and you’re set.
I’ve eschewed its use on my personal site for a while, but recently decided to give the trial account another run–you’ll notice the Typekit badge docked to the bottom of the page, indicating that I’m freeloading the system until I decide whether or not to utilize the service on a paying basis–in order to determine its usefulness for me. What are my needs here?
I would certainly like to use a typeface that can be seen uniformly by all users, and this definitely provides the necessary functionality, but I will have to be careful in the choices I make; there are a wide array of font families to choose from, and you’re apt to go wild when first given access to such variety. It is a variety the likes of which have never been seen before on this here web. At the moment I’ve chosen Droid Serif made by Google Android, in all 4 weights and styles for the body copy.
I’m using both Typekit and Cufon to include non‐standard typefaces, but would like to eliminate one of the two at some point, and I would prefer to eliminate Cufon because of text selection and licensing issues. I look forward to testing the Typekit service further.