The font-size-adjust property in CSS is used to adjusts the font size based on the height of lowercase rather than capital letters and gives the better control of the font size. It is very useful when the text has given multiple styles and has adjust the font while changing in between those styles.
- number: It sets the number to the font-size-adjust property.
- none: It sets the default value.
- initial: It sets the font-size-adjust property to its default value.
- inherit: The font-size-adjust property is inherited from its parent.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported/not supported by font-size-adjust property are listed below:
- Firefox 3.0
- HTML | DOM Style fontSizeAdjust Property
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