The font-size property in CSS is used to set the size of the font used in an element. The property takes a value that can be a size or a percentage and is used to determine the size of the font relative to the parent element.
Set the font size in pixels:
Set the font size in ems:
Set the font size in percentage:
Specifies the font size in pixels, points, ems, or other units.|
Sets the font size to a percentage of the parent element's font size.|
small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large
Sets the font size to a relative size.|
Increases or decreases the font size relative to the parent element's font size.|
Use relative units such as em or rem to set font sizes, as this makes your design more flexible and accessible.
Consider using the font-size property in conjunction with other font properties, such as font-family and font-weight, to achieve the desired text appearance.
Test your font sizes on different devices and browsers to ensure that they are legible and display correctly.
Avoid using font sizes that are too small, as this can reduce readability and accessibility.
Use a consistent font size and hierarchy throughout your design to create a cohesive and professional look.