The font-weight property of the CSS is used to set the weight or thickness of the font being used with the HTML Text. The font weight applied will depend on font-family used and the browser. For example, some font-family are available only in specific weights.
font-weight: normal | bold | lighter | bolder | number | initial | inherit | unset;
- normal: This defines the normal font weight (default font weight). It is equal to the number value 400.
- bold: This defines the bold font weight, it is equal to the number value 700.
Relative Keyword Values:
- lighter: This makes the font weight one level lighter than the parent element, considering the available font weights of the font family.
- bolder: This makes the font weight one level heavier than the parent element, considering the available font weights of the font family.
- number: This sets the font weight according to the number specified. The number can range between 1 to 1000. If the exact weight is unavailable, suitable weight is applied.
- initial: This sets the font weight to initial(default) value.
- inherit: This sets the font weight equal to the value inherited from its parent element.
- unset: This sets the font weight equal to the value inherited from its parent element, since font-weight is a inheritable property.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by CSS | font-weight Property are listed below:
- Google Chrome 2.0
- Internet Explorer 4.0
- Firefox 1.0
- Safari 1.3
- Opera 3.5
Reference: Mozilla Developer Network (MDN)
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