You are unsure whether the font you have chosen for your signature template design is web safe and available for use in your Exclaimer Signature Solution.
A web safe font is a font that is installed across all operating systems. If your chosen font is not installed on the email recipient's PC, they will not see the font as you intended when you created your signature design.
The table below shows a list of the most commonly used fonts, and the devices and operating systems they are available on.
Font stacks can be used to control how the font will appear to the recipient if they do not have access to your chosen font.
If your chosen font is not available across all operating systems, you can create a font stack with a list of fallback fonts.
Fallback fonts allow you to specify web safe alternatives to fall back on if needed. This allows you to control how the signature appears across all devices as you can chose the most similar fallback fonts to your original font.
An example of a fallback string is as below:
Calibri, Candara, Segoe, Segoe UI, Optima, Arial, sans-serif
In the example above, the initial font type is Calibri. If Calibri is not available to use, it will move onto Candara and so on until it reaches the "Sans-serif" font type.
You can use font stacks with a string of fallback fonts in any Exclaimer Signature Solution.