There are no straight-cut answers to that question, though, because one font could be appropriate for one site but awkward in another. In this regard, it will be best to consider checking design websites. They offer ideas, even free fonts, and inspiration of what font fits where. Also, take into consideration these two things: (1) what your website is about and (2) having a general theme. Generally though, working with simple, corporate looking fonts are okay. Found these: http://www.youthedesigner.com/2011/01/2 … ollection/ and http://abduzeedo.com/typography-mania-64. Oh and yeah more here: http://naldzgraphics.net/tag/fonts/ and http://www.admixweb.com/2009/08/02/thin … r-website/
That is the million dollar questions. I use various fonts on different websites. For my main text, I'll use one of the standards, usually one of the common serif sets, but for the logo image, I'll use whatever I think looks good for that particular site or whatever fits with the effect or feel that I'm striving for with my design.
I would recommend true-type fonts. Those are generic enough to convert easily. Personally I like the Georgia font.
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