More fonts on html [Closed]

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Hi everybody can someone tell me what fonts does HTML/CSS support?

I need fonts like Comic Sans MS, or at least tell me if it supports that.

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HTML has built-in support for five generic fonts: serif, sans-serif, monospace, cursive, and fantasy. However, you can specify any font, and if your visitor has it, the browser will use it. You can list several fonts in a comma-separated list and the browser will use the first one in the list that it can find. So you could have {font-family: Comic Sans MS, cursive;}. Since both Windows commonly include Comic Sans MS, chances are good that that's what the user will see. If it's a special font like Monotype Corsiva that you had to go out and collect, chances are no one else will see it.
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