Chapter 5. CSS Properties – Part 2

Ok, we're through Part 1 of the CSS properties. Indeed, there are many, many more properties to talk about.

Let's now move on to Part 2.


In the world of design, fonts are one of the most powerful assets we have, and at the same time, they are one of the most underappreciated ones.

Typography is so powerful that when we use it correctly, we may even get away with not using a single image in our project.

Let's take a look at the CSS font properties, shall we?


The font-family CSS property defines the font we want an element to use, and looks like this:

font-family: "Times New Roman", Times, Baskerville, Georgia, serif;


This property can hold one or multiple font names in its declaration. There ...

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