The reason for this probably is that your browser does not support CSS @font-face embedding. Please use a modern browser like Firefox or Chrome to solve this problem.
Fontasy is using two little tricks for this.
1. Using the HTML element
<input type="text"> the user of a website has the
possibility to enter text on a site. This is usually used for forms, but of course it works
without the form as well.
2. Using the CSS
@font-face extension, I can have the browser load a font from the server
and use it on the website right away. Firefox, Chrome, Safari and other modern browsers now
allow not only the embedding of .eot / .woff webfonts, but also the use of .ttf and .otf fonts.
The code for the stylesheet is like this:
font-family: "font family name";
In HTML there are many ways to call the embedded font. This is one:
<span style="font-family:"font family name";">Text in embedded font.</span>