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Chapter 9. Font Properties > font-variant Property

9.4. font-variant Property

The rather obscurely named font-variant essentially tells the browser whether or not a given font should be displayed using small capital letters (better known as “small caps”).

There are only two values for font-variant: normal (the default value) and small-caps. Listing 9.8 shows the effects of both values displayed within Netscape Navigator 7.0 (seen in Figure 9-9), as well as the difference between small-caps and regular text.


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