The @font-face CSS at-rule allows you to define and use your own custom fonts, thus allowing you to extend the limited set of standard system fonts that are installed by default on a computer, and that browsers can access and use. Stick to two typefaces by using a classic sans serif and serif combination. Part 2 – This tutorial follows the part one and covers some of the more advanced techniques of Photoshop. I see this pairing as one of…