If you can see the Filipino greeting Mabuhay above in Baybayin script, your browser have support for webfonts . You should see the actual fonts of the websites that use webfonts (a.k.a. CSS2 @font-face rule) - as the designer intended.
The Creative Commons Webfont
If you can see the following, then your browser supports the CSS Level 2 @font-face rule.
- Creative Commons circle: c
- Attribution logo: b
- Creative Commons full logo: C
- Share-Alike logo: a
- No-Derivatives logo: d
- Sampling: m
- Non-Commercial logo: n
- Public Domain logo: p
- Remix: r
- Share: s
For example, all my sites are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. CC BY-SA is:
If you can not see anything, then your browser does not support the CSS2 @font-face rule. Time to upgrade your browser or switch to a better one.
ᜋᜋᜒᜅ᜔ ᜐᜎᜋᜆ᜔ ᜐ ᜉᜄ᜔ᜊᜒᜐᜒᜆ᜶ (Thank you for visiting.)
If you want to learn how you can implement cross-browser webfonts support on your website, read: How-To Implement Cross-Browser @font-face Support .
For more about Baybayin script, read: Baybayin - The Forgotten Pre-Hispanic Writing of the Filipino. You can also check out the: Baybayin Typepad No.01 if you want to try typing the Filipino script.