I'm often curious to know what font a website is using. Using the inspector in Chrome or Safari I can easily identify the
font-family style being applied, but that gives a list of fonts with no indication which one's actually being used.
For example, if I head for gov.uk in Chrome I can select a heading (at the moment there's one reading "Simpler, clearer, faster"), right-click and choose "Inspect Element", and see at a glance that it's using the following
But what I can't see is which of those fonts is actually being displayed.
It feels like the functionality I'm looking for must be in Chrome's inspector view somewhere and I'm just not looking in the right place. Is it?
(I know there are services like WhatTheFont that take an image and identify the fonts in it, but that's not what I'm looking for.)