Eot Vs Svg. They are supported only by Microsoft Internet Explorer as opposed to competing WOFF files. SVG wont get you anywhere with font-face.
For example many company logos consist of the company name drawn artistically. Svg and eot are dead formats ttf and otf are full system fonts and should not be used for web purposes Original answer from 2012. Ah font formats.
The SVG specification is an open standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium W3C since 1999.
Yup but EOT format is only supported by Internet Explorer. The editor has good support for both monochrome. These fonts contain the glyph outlines as standard SVG elements and attributes as if they were a single vector object in the SVG. SVG wont get you anywhere with font-face.