For lovers of Typekit webfonts: If you want to guarantee that your pages load for all users without glitches, you’ll want to use Typekit’s asynchronous loading script. Advantage: pages will load fine for all users even in the event of a font network outage. Disadvantage: you’ll notice a flash of unstyled text (FOUT).
- loading classes provided by Typekit
- CSS3 transitions for fade-in
- a base64 animated image to indicate that fonts are loading
As you’ll notice while perusing his blog, it provides a nice effect. I’m contemplating this method.
How does it strike you?