5.5. Font Properties
CSS1 gives the author control over several aspects of the font: whether the font is bold, italic, or normal, what size to use, what font families are preferred, and whether a small-cap variation should be used. Netscape also supports dynamic fonts, which let you attach a font definition file to a document rather than depending on certain fonts already being on the client system. Underlined text, subscripts, and superscripts are not set by these font properties but rather by the text-decoration and vertical-align properties, covered in Section 5.7 (Text Properties). In Sections 5.5 through 5.10, the style values are listed immediately after the style declaration, with the default value indicated in bold.