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styling with fonts and colors
Expanding Your
Your CSS language lessons are coming along nicely. You already
have the basics of CSS down, and you know how to create CSS rules to select and specify
the style of an element. Now it's time to build your vocabulary, and that means picking up
some new properties and learning what they can do for you. In this chapter we're going
to work through some of the most common properties that affect the display of text. To do
that, you'll need to learn a few things about fonts and color. You're going to see you don't
have to be stuck with the fonts everyone else uses, or the clunky sizes and styles the
browser uses as the defaults for paragraphs and headings. You're also going to see there
is a lot more to color than meets the eye.
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