Working with lining figures (numbers) and acronyms


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Working with lining figures (numbers) and acronyms

In this lesson, we are going to attend to acronyms and lining figures in our text. You need the files biblio_serif_acronyms. html and biblio_serif_acronyms.css from the Exercise folder. You'll also need the Fonts folder with the Chopin Script web font files in it. Drag a copy of your Fonts folder from your desktop into your Exercise folder so Chopin Script continues to load properly. You also need the files biblio_sans_ acronyms.html and biblio_sans_acronyms.css from the Exercise folder because we'll be working with both the serif web page and the sans serif web page in this lesson.

We will start with the serif web page. Open the serif bibliography web page in the browser to see what we are working with. Scroll down to the second to last resource on the page. We are looking for I Love Typography. Notice that the I-L-T stands out from the rest of the text. Why? Because capital letters are bigger and squarer. We all know that if we email or text in all caps, we are yelling. All caps jus...

Working with lining figures (numbers) and acronyms
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Working with lining figures (numbers) and acronyms provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Laura Franz as part of the Typography for Web Designers

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TextWrangler
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