From: Philippe Verdy (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jul 24 2007 - 12:49:28 CDT
Michael Everson wrote:
> >I think you'll need a Mtavruli font, just as you'd need a bold font
> >for Roman boldface.
> Yes, of course. The question is whether it can be invoked as a style or
But I am assuming that this is exactly what Georgian publishers are doing
routinely for their titles, exactly like Latin publishers do it routinely...
* either a separate font (in CSS, use "font-family:", or "font-weight:" ; in
HTML without CSS use <b>...</b> or legacy <font name="...">...</font>.)
* or a font with a builtin small-caps transform style (in CSS, but use the
CSS style property defined for it, which will also allow mixing other fonts
or font-size, or weights and italics more easily within the same title)
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