OK, when I reference the font in my fonts folder, this one does not include a hyphen, nor do the two words in the font back up to each other. So, it is two words with a space in between. Do I need to edit the syntax, or is it OK like this?
font-family: "Two Words";
src: url("fonts/Two-Words.eot"); << the first instance needs to have the .eot for Opera, is that correct?
Not sure how I am to correctly include the font name? Do I add in a hyphen between, or leave a blank space between, just as it appears in the fonts folder?
Here are a couple pages that might help you out...
An .eot file is specifically for IE. The other major browsers use .ttf so you would need two file types (.ttf and .eot) in order for the font to be viewable across all major browsers