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If you’re looking for new ideas for pairing web fonts, check out Just My Type by Dan Eden.
The site recommends font pairs using fonts from TypeKit’s collection. I cannot guarantee that all web fonts shown are perfect (I don’t know if they’ve all been tested cross browser for instance), but the pairings will certainly inspire you. And it’s obvious that Eden has a good eye for pairing fonts.
Enter the WhatFont tool created by Chengyin Liu. It’s a quick and easy way to find out what web font is in use. Roll over the type, and the font-family name pops up. Click on the type, and you’ll even get typesetting information (font-size, line-height, and color). This is particularly helpful when you find a site where the text is both beautiful and easy to read. Good web type isn’t just about using a good web font.
The bookmarklet claims to have full support on Firefox 3.6+, Chrome 9+, Safari 4+, Internet Explorer 9; and limited support on Internet Explorer 8.