In the first article of the module, we explored the basic CSS features available for styling fonts and text. It’s okay to use the same Google Fonts frequently. You should now have the vocabulary to talk about things like font families, faces, weights, and styles, as well as leading, measure, and vertical rhythm. Most of the time, some options (like alignment, offsetting, nesting…) are ignored by the developer and tend to…

Typography in email is arguably more important than other design elements since type is the one thing that is consistently rendered across different email clients. The options xx-small through xx-large indicate fixed sizes, replacing the sizes 1 through 7 used with the old HTML tag. For example, maybe two fonts that have a similar letter height or width or fonts that are created by the same designer. The CSS1 specification has…

The foundational CSS Fonts provides cross-browser typographical normalization and control while still allowing users to choose and adjust their font size. No discussion of font design (also called typography ) is complete without briefly explaining the difference between serif” and sans-serif” fonts. The CSS2 border-radius property can be used to create circles in all browsers that support the property. The font design you choose acts the same way as your choice of…

Extract the files you have downloaded. For example, when using WP Google Fonts plugin, you don’t need to upload the font or provide an API key; you can simply choose the font and its specifications from the plugin panel. Unstyled Times https://fontsly.com/script/handwritten/aldine New Roman was the norm, and the integration of established typographical techniques and rules was unimagined. Many WordPress themes allow you to add custom CSS to your site, but if…

Elliot Jay Stocks is a designer, writer, speaker, and author, currently serving as the Creative Director of Maido, and the Co-editor and Creative Director of lifestyle magazine Lagom. That’s because marketers were forced to use the handful of web safe fonts that were most common at the time. You can find these alongside the Google Web Fonts in the Font Picker. For hover effects, like with menus or on images in…