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Principles of Web Design 6th Edition by Joel Sklar - Ch_ 5.htm

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Contents Home Chapter 1 - HTML Chapter 2 - Design Chapter 3 - Planning Chapter 4 - CSS Chapter 5 - Typography Chapter 6 - Box Properties Chapter 7 - Page Layout Chapter 8 - Graphics & Color Chapter 9 - Navigation Chapter 10 - Tables Chapter 11 - Forms Chapter 12 - Responsive Design Chapter 5 - Typography The type choices you make for your site provide the foundation for the clear communication of your content. The consistent use of type to express the hierarchy of your content provides valuable information cues to the reader, and the choices you make to enhance text legibility affect the usability of your web site. Cascading Style Sheets offers a potent style language, allowing you to manipulate a variety of text properties to achieve professional, effective results, all without resorting to graphics that add download time. New type properties and more new fonts are available for designers, providing more typographic choices and control over type characteristics. New applications and web font tools let you test and manipulate fonts so your content is readable across multiple devices.
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