CSS font-size property

Description

CSS font-size property specifies the size of font.

Syntax

font-size : medium | xx-small | x-small | small | medium | large | x-large | xx-large | larger | smaller | length | percentage

Property values

mediumDefault

It represents medium sized font.

font-size: medium;

xx-small

It represents smallest size of font.

font-size: xx-small;

x-small

It represents a size which is larger than xx-small but less than small.

font-size: x-small;

small

It represents small size of font.

font-size: small;

large

It represents large of font.

font-size: large;

x-large

It represents size which is smaller than xx-large but larger than large.

font-size: x-large;

xx-large

It represents a size which is greater than x-large.

font-size: xx-large;

larger

It represents font-size larger than the parent element's font-size. For example, if the font-size of parent element is medium then larger represents large font-size for the current element.

font-size: larger;

smaller

It represents smaller font-size than the font-size of parent element. For example, if the font-size of parent element is medium then larger represents small font-size for the current element.

font-size: smaller;

length

represents font-size in some unit.

font-size: 22px;

percentage

represents font-size in percentage.

font-size: 150%;

Applicable to

It applies to all elements


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