Using one font for headings and another for text


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Using one font for headings and another for text

There are many ways to work with more than one font in a website. One way is to use the fonts for separate purposes. For example, earlier in the course, when we looked at Modern fonts, we couldn't find any that worked in text. That's because Modern fonts have such thin thins they get lost on the screen at text sizes. But if we were to use one font for headings and the other font for text, we might be able to use a Modern font for a heading. I followed the process from the last lesson and compared Unna, our Modern font, to all of the other fonts we've used in this course.

There are lots of other fonts out there but I wanted to keep it limited to the ones we've already looked at. Due to Unna's structure which isn't Humanist, I think Nimbus Sans might work for us. I'm a little concerned it might feel too dark on the page with Unna, Nimbus Sans has a slightly heavy weight, so I've got Arial as a backup. I actually think from experience that Arial will work b...

Using one font for headings and another for text
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Using one font for headings and another for text provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Laura Franz as part of the Choosing and Using Web Fonts

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