Adihaus Ps Font
in this example, i have used the
adius variable font to make the headlines using the included variable-weighted font. i’ve then added a background image to further separate the headlines from the body of the text. the effect is not so different from the original adihaus sans-serif font, with the exception of the headlines.
if you delete the project that you are using on codepen or cancel your subscription, the fonts will no longer be available to any of the pens which use that embed code. this includes your original pen, as well as any pens that were forked from it. the fallback fonts specified in the css will be applied in place of the custom web fonts.
there has been extensive research on which of these font families, serif or sans-serif, is easier to read. unfortunately, results are inconclusive. there are dozens of studies favoring both font families. the bottom line: there are many variables affecting readability of text, not just font family alone. for the body of a web page, it’s important to choose a font that is not too cluttered and that flows gracefully from letter to letter without too much space between letters. generally the best choice for attaining this uncluttered, flowing, easy-to-read look is sans-serif. however, it’s possible to attain this look with certain serif fonts as well.
in this example, i have used the
adius variable font to make the headlines using the included variable-weighted font. i’ve then added a background image to further separate the headlines from the body of the text.
this was the final option. the title was adjusted in a slight way to give a more modern feel. i also added a white line to the title to give the sense of movement. although very subtle, this line brings a more dynamic feel to the font. the circles were kept the same as the second option, giving it more of a clean and crisp look. the shading and colouring of the logo was changed slightly giving it a more dynamic feel.
a user agent may display text characters in a pre-formatted (literal) block, which allows certain typographic properties to be applied. this is equivalent to using a pre-formatted heading. inline-style is a pre-set value of the font that will be used for the rest of the block. for example, if you want the text in your paragraph to be bold, set font-weight to bold.
the following font properties are most commonly used: font, font-family, font-size, font-weight, and font-style. however, font-color, font-variant, and font-weight are also used, but font-size and font-style are preferred.
if a user agent can determine the language of text within a given document, it can present the text in that language to the user. in english-speaking countries, where the vast majority of documents have an english text, the typical way of doing this is simply to use the language specified in the document. when no language is specified, the browser defaults to english. because information that is not expressed in the document is not available, other languages are not as useful. for example, a russian user may be able to view the text in the document, but he or she will not be able to view the document’s tables or to copy and paste text from the document.
special characters are characters that have a special meaning in a document. this may be a predefined character, which is a character that is defined in a font (a symbol, for example), or it may be a character that a developer has added to a document to create text that does not appear on a standard keyboard. for example, a typographic symbol (often called a “smart quote”, or “curly quote”) is sometimes created by typing an apostrophe followed by a comma.