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The font-size property lets us specify the font for an element.

which property let us specify the font for an element

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Jamie Reardon
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Jamie Reardon
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The font-size property let's you define the size of the text. You have various other font properties to style text, such as:

  • font-weight - which defines the weight of the text, e.g. bold, regular, light and can take both keywords and values.
  • font-style - controls the appearance of the text, such as italic.
  • font-family - defines the type of font the text will use.
  • font - a shorthand property for setting all the font properties in one declaration.