An interesting issue has arisen with the question How to use Georgia as a font in LaTeX? In the OP's original question, (s)he demonstrates with a code snippet how (s)he is able to use the Georgia font in lualatex with
fontspec, a procedure that obviously wouldn't work in pdflatex. The OP is now asking how one can use the Georgia font with latex, and explicitly mentions that (s)he is not asking how to do this with xelatex or lualatex (which the OP already knows the answer to).
Someone has provided a long answer, but this answer focuses almost exclusively on how to use the Georgia font with xelatex/lualatex, which the OP explicitly said (s)he wasn't asking for. I pointed this out in a couple of comments to the answer.
Now, the author of the answer agrees with my feedback, but nevertheless feels that his/her own answer would be useful enough for someone who wanted to know how to use Georgia in xelatex/lualatex that the answer should stand.
Since the OP's question and the provided answer now don't match very well, the author of the answer decides to alter the OP's question to fit the answer (s)he himself/herself provided.
My aim is not to raise this as an issue for this specific incident, but it can stand as an example of a general question: When a question is clear and well formulated, is it ok to change it in order to fit an answer that strictly speaking does not answer the question, only because the answer would be a good answer to a different question?