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Use a unitless line height that is 1.5 times the paragraph's font size

whats wrong with my answer

p { line-height: 1.2; }

1 Answer

With the line-height property, if you supply a unitless value (that is, a number without any units like px, em, etc.), that value is multiplied against the font size of the paragraph. So if you want to make your line height 1.5 and you don't know the font size, then just change the line-height to 1.5.