Long time ago, in 2003, I designed a typeface and called it YellowJug (the name was inspired to a painting by Pablo Picasso).
Because of its mixing of capital and small letters, YellowJug font is not meant to be used with long texts. It is particularly suitable for short titles and slogans, as well as web animations and menus.
YellowJug font is free and released under Creative Commons (By-Nc-Nd) license and is available both in true type and open type flavours (the open type version is recommended in MAC OS X systems).
A common solution in order to use freely typefaces while designing a web page, is creating graphical representations of the text content; this solution apparently works well, however it is not efficient and not easy to update when the text content changes, as each text must be written or modified manually through an image manipulation software.
For this reason web designers normally use a narrow range of fonts in their web pages and usually adopt web-safe fonts.
Nevertheless, there are some interesting alternatives. Facelift is an excellent solution in order to use custom fonts in your web pages writing simple text while not dealing with images creation and updating.