Fonts

Web Fonts

The AAFP CSS declares a primary font, Arial, and a secondary font, Times New Roman. Every element in the CSS has a declared or inherited font. Fonts should not be declared on elements that may override the AAFP CSS.

Primary Font: Arial

Arial is be used as the primary font in Web pages and applications for body text, buttons, and links. When using the AAFP CSS, Arial will be applied to all paragraphs, headings (H2 - H6), field labels, and buttons. No special font specification is required when proper HTML tags are used.

Arial is available by default on both Mac and Windows operating systems making it an ideal candidate for font specification.

Secondary Font: Times New Roman

Times New Roman is be used as the secondary font in Web pages and applications for page headings and site navigation elements. When using the AAFP CSS, Times New Roman will be applied to all first-level headings (H1), main navigation, and first-level section (left) navigation.

Times New Roman should not be used in any other context in Web pages and applications.

Times New Roman is available by default on both Mac and Windows operating systems making it an ideal candidate for font specification.