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CSS

Zachary Greeley
Zachary Greeley
903 Points

Case Sensitive - Font Family

The instructor typed Helvetica and Arial with their first letters capitalized. Is this necessary?

Brandyn Lordi
Brandyn Lordi
17,778 Points

declarations are case insensitive when setting font family

font-family: "Bebas neue";

Will achieve the same results as

font-family: "BeBas nEue";

This is consistent for all CSS declarations as well!

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,982 Points

Even when setting properties that are not case-sensitive, it is still a 'best practice" to use the same capitalization as is used for the in the name elsewhere.