As far as I can see Typekit - recently acquired by Adobe - offers a huge selection of fonts which can be displayed on your website. Its generally an affordable annual subscription to get access to the fonts. You choose the font online and add a script to the site and voila - the font is served to your page in milliseconds by Typekit
After having a problem getting the output I added h1 h2 and h3 to the selectors on their site and pasted a java code which relates to the font you selected into the between the head tags in voda page html window. It works. It works if you highlight and style the text you require as h1 h2 or h3 etc.
The problem is when you apply a colour to the type in voda it reverts from the hi h2 h3 etc category and Typekit doesn't recognise it. So its black or nothing.
Typekit does allow the CSS to be coded but I cant see how to do it in Voda.
So having at least got the font to display I cant colour it!!!!!
Also not sure if the fonts already in voda can be guaranteed to resolve in all browsers and computers?
Any help appreciated. Typekit support is quite dire. I had 2 emails but the intervals are about 2 or 3 days!!!!