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Example of FLIR in use on a website

Note: This module is no longer being maintained as the FLIR library it's based on appears to be no longer maintained. If you're looking into font solutions I suggest taking a read through this page:

This module integrates the Facelift Image Replacement (Flir) project into Drupal. It provides an administration page that allows you to define the jQuery selector(s) to replace text with images as well as what font to use. If anyone wants to jump in and help expand this project please let me know.

Go here for a screencast of using 1.2!!

Flir 2.x Changes

There's a number of changes in the 2.x branch. Flir is now dependent on the libraries module. If you're upgrading from 1.x you'll need to download the flir code from and place it in the libraries folder. The location of the font directory is also no longer in mysite/files/fonts, now they exist in the facelift library by default but can be configured to be anywhere.

Write up from Flir's website:

"Facelift Image Replacement (or FLIR, pronounced fleer) is an image replacement script that dynamically generates image representations of text on your web page in fonts that otherwise might not be visible to your visitors. The generated image will be automatically inserted into your web page via Javascript and visible to all modern browsers. Any element with text can be replaced!..." -

Flir's author is Cory Mawhorter (

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