CSS Font

CSS font properties enable you to change the look of your text. For example, you can assign a font family, apply bold or italic formatting, change the size and more.

CSS Font Family

The font-family property allows you to set the font family.


This text is rendered in either georgia, garamond, or the default serif font (depending on which font the user's system has).

CSS Font Size

Enables you to set the size of the text. For info on the possible values, see the font-size page.


This text is using a font size of 20 pixels.

CSS Font Size Adjust

This property enables you to adjust the x-height to make fonts more legible. For more info, see the font-size-adjust page.


This text is using a font-size-adjust value.

CSS Font Stretch

This property relies on the user's computer to have an expanded or condensed version of the font being used. For all possible values, see the font-stretch page.


If your computer has an expanded version of the font being used, this text will be stretched.

CSS Font Style

The font-style property is used for specifying italic text.


This text is in italics.

CSS Font Variant

Enables you to set your text to use small caps. See font-variant.


This Text Is Using Small Caps.

CSS Font Weight

Enables you to set your text to bold. For more info, see font-weight.


This text is bold.

CSS Font Property

The font property is a shorthand property that enables you to set all font properties in one go.


The styles for this text has been specified with the 'font' shorthand property.