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Top 10 Best Fonts for Titles and Headers

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  1. Abril Fatface is a Google Font based on advertising headlines from Britain and France in the 1800s. The titling weights are a contemporary revamp of classic Didone styles, display both neutrality and strong presence on the page to attract reader attention with measured tension by its curves, good color and high contrast.

 

  1. Calendas Plus by looking at the sample above, you’d think that Calendas Plus is nothing more than a basic serif font.

 

  1. League Gothic of Moveable Type decided to take an old classic font that got lost in the public domain after the original foundry went bankrupt (Alternate Gothic #1) and gave it new life for the twenty-first century.

 

  1. Nexa isn’t just a clean and stylish font to use for titles or headers on your website.

Nexa-Thin

Nexa-Bold

Nexa-Book

 

  1. Raleway was designed to be a single font, thin in weight. Over the past decade, however, this display font family has been expanded to include nine weights, ranging from thin to black.

 

  1. Black Jack has a natural and casual feel to it, thanks to the handwritten letters not always connecting much like when someone’s written in cursive for a while and adds their unique spin to it.

 

  1. Brush Script Mt s a web-safe Adobe Font. It’s marketed as being peppy, informal and unabashedly confident, which is a spot-on description.

 

  1. Milkshake If you’re looking for a thick cursive font that fills up space well, Milkshake is a good one to consider.

 

  1. Mission Script is a warm and friendly font with its playful brushstrokes and, yet, very down-to-earth styling.

  1. Pacifico is a handwriting font available through Google Fonts. It was originally inspired by American surf culture from the 1950s, so don’t be surprised if you find a lot of use for it when designing websites for vintage stores or other types of businesses with a retro, laid back vibe.

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Top 10 Best Fonts for Titles and Headers

Abril Fatface is a Google Font based on advertising headlines from Britain and France in the 1800s. The titling weights are a contemporary revamp of