Chapter 5: Web TypographyTRUE/FALSE1.The consistent use of type to express hierarchy of your content provides valuable information cues to the reader.
PTS:1REF:1922.In strict typography terms, a font is the name of the type, such as Times New Roman or Futura Con-densed.
PTS:1REF:1923.The computer screen has a higher resolution than the printed page, making fonts that are legible on pa-per easier to read on-screen.
PTS:1REF:1974.Including text as graphics means users cannot search for that text.
PTS:1REF:1975.You generally want to use absolute units for Web pages because they can be scaled to an individual user’s display type.
PTS:1REF:1986.Measurements stated in em are always relative to their environment.
PTS:1REF:1997.Child elements do not inherit the percentage values of their parents.
PTS:1REF:1998.You can string together a list of font families, separated by commas, supplying a selection of fonts that the browser can attempt to match.
PTS:1REF:2029.When using the font shortcut property, the font properties other than font size and font family are op-tional.
PTS:1REF:210-21110.Negative values for the text-indent property let you create a hanging indent.