When you are making your websites, think about your font selections. The font has to be easy to read at various resolutions and devices. I would avoid mixing fonts on a page. I find it distracting.
Here is a list of Web Safe Fonts.
What do you use?
I am a big fan of font-family: Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif;
Easy to read.
With CSS3, you can embed custom fonts into websites. Used sparingly (such as for headlines), it can look really good.
Yeah, CSS3 is definitely awesome with fonts.
Google Web Fonts is a great selection along with TypeKit. Those two places are really good.
Otherwise, I end up using Georgia and Tahoma…