The following linked article shows how to make posts appear in isotope format. This can be useful in other contexts too:
And this blog post for some other very helpful tips:
I wonder if I et a GeoJson file of mexico if that would be good on which to display my mexico photos
I wanted to use SIL's CharisSIL font but it is not available via Google Fonts as a web font (but other SIL fonts are: Andika, Gentium Basic, and Gentium Book Basic). So I had to use SIL's down-loadable version and host it locally.
FontSquirrel is really a great way to look at the base characters in a font. But it does not show renditions of glyphs comprised of bases and combining diacritics.