Assignment 10: Typography
Within CSS, font weight and the
font-weight property (in its most basic use) specifies whether a font is “normal” or “bold”.
Bold is the weight you are familiar with: setting this in CSS should cause the text to look the same as if would if you used the
<b>...</b> tags in HTML. In addition to the bold font weight, depending on the font-family superclass, it is possible to also specify varying weights thus:
font-weight: accepts these term values:
font-weight: accepts these number values:
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NOTE: Using anything beyond
bolder will usually require different styles of that font from the server. See the end of this subtopic for more.