Questions tagged [font-weight]

The weight of a particular font is the thickness of the character outlines relative to their height. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Font#Font_characteristics#weight in CSS, <code>font-weight</code> property is used for setting font-weights (SURPRISE!) http://www.w3.org/wiki/CSS/Properties/font-weight https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/font-weight

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How to Group Font Weights [duplicate]

I have a pet peeve when I download free fonts on the web and once they install all the weights are their separate font. Is there a way I can put them under one font that way I can just change the ...
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Origin of numerical font weight descriptions in typography

The CSS specification (among several others) establish that, when selecting a font, the font-weight may be described using numerical descriptors ranging from 100 to 900 at 100 increments, where 400 is ...
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Does changing a “regular” font with font-weight in CSS make it actually bold? (i.e. another font file)

I am a web developer and I am working on a project which uses Quicksand Light/Regular/Bold as font. The web application's standard font is Quicksand regular but there is also text which is lighter and ...
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Thick “Initial” font, with a particular “S”

I want wondering if anyone knew of any commercial-free fonts where the "S" doesn't curve down, but instead the ends go horizontally? I'm having a hard time searching for something with that kind of ...