Designing a website involves a host of variables, from choosing among hosting services to deciding what color the fine print at the bottom of the page will be. Even if you plunge into the world of website design with a plan regarding content and target audience, the endless options can seem daunting. One of the elements that a website’s style relies on most heavily is the kind of typeset chosen. Your audience will definitely have a different impression of your site if its text is mostly in the over-used and informal Comic Sans, for instance, than if it is in the blandly harmless Times New Roman.