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Make both versions.
I used this idea on my latest template and is working fine for users, as they see 2 different styles within the same file. Target 2 different markets on each one and you will get more people interested. ;)

Thanks a lot Pez
To be honest your latest work’s font options and some messages in my email played a great role to open this thread. :)

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Both have their place in the web design world. It’s all about the context. They can set the atmosphere and the message you are trying to communicate :)

I think it’s the most important part of any website. Especially now with so many different devices accessing the web, setting the right font families, sizes, weights can define the success of a website (or failure)

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