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8.4.6. Text Properties
Cascading stylesheets make a distinction between font properties, which
control the size, style, and appearance of text, and text properties,
which control how text is aligned and presented to the user. The letter-spacing property
The letter-spacing property puts additional space between text letters
as they are displayed by the browser. Set the property with either a
length value or the default keyword normal , indicating that the browser
should use normal letter spacing. For example:
blockquote {letter-spacing: 2px}
puts an additional two pixels between adjacent letters within the <block-
quote> tag. Figure 8-8 illustrates what happens when you put five pixels
between characters.
Figure 8-8. The letter-spacing property lets you stretch
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