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Is anyone here able to tell me whether it's safe to simply declare woff font options on a site, not having any fallbacks to TTF, OTF, SVG, etc?
According to https://caniuse.com/#search=wof it would appear to be broadly if not essentially-wholly supported by all contemporary browsers, desktop and mobile.
Any dissenting opinions? The compression is so good, file-sizes appear to be waaay smaller than alternatives.
As an aside, FontForge is a great — and free! — font editor.
I've used it to strip down* three open fonts making the end file size for all three 141kb
(* removed all glyphs that'll never be used, and make one Header-only font uppercase only)