CSS3’s Font Shorthand

There are many CSS font properties available to style your fonts. If you need to define the font-style, size, family, and weight, that can add up to a lot of lines of CSS. Fortunately, however, there is a shorthand for CSS font properties. Here’s the formula:

  1. selector{
  2. font: [font-style] [font-variant] [font-weight] [font-size]/[line-height] [font-family];
  3. }

Make sure you don’t forget the forward slash between font-size and line-height. Let’s see it in action:

  1. p{
  2. font: italic small-caps bold 20px/2 Futura;
  3. }

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As you can see, using the shorthand for font is an effective way to clean up your stylesheets!

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