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How do you set the CSS font-size property?

CSS makes available a considerable variety of length units you can use to set the font-size in your project.

It's easy to get confused or frustrated and simply go back to using the simple px unit: it's familiar and keeps everything fixed, no nasty surprises there.

However, keeping your typeface at a fixed dimension while the web lives in a fluid environment doesn't always yield the best results.

Knowing which units to use, when and how is not an easy task. If you need help, Asha Laxmi has written a thorough guide on this topic, with live demos and use cases to go with it.

Don't miss her article in the links below

 

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