Applying the web-safe font to the text and the heading


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Applying the web-safe font to the text and the heading

When applying a single property value like Georgia for our font family to most of the web page or web site a quick and easy way to set the attribute is to use the universal selector. The universal selector tells the browser use this value for this property unless I tell you otherwise. We haven't set a font family to the heading or the text yet. So it's coming in as the default font. My default font is Times New Roman. Yours might be different. I can tell mine is not Georgia because of the numbers. They are not old-style.

They are aligning. I can also tell by that lowercase A and E they are not as open as George's and the serifs are little more delicate. We want to set the font family as Georgia, so we do that in a CSS file. As of right now I think we want all the text to be Georgia. We can set the font family to Georgia across the whole page by using universal selector. At the top of the file type in an asterisk. The asterisk means universal selector or everything. You will ne...

Applying the web-safe font to the text and the heading
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Applying the web-safe font to the text and the heading provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Laura Franz as part of the Typography for Web Designers

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