A web designer must think a little differently about its reader than a newspaper printer would. If a web designer selects san serif font for its webpage, that means the letters do not have serifs, also known as “tails,” like serif fonts do. Web designers are likely to choose sans serif fonts for their content because the lack of tails make the words much easier to read electronically. The eye does not get distracted and the line of vision when reading is not disturbed by the tails as it may be in serif font. Some examples of sans serif fonts are Arial and Verdana.