The font-variant-caps property controls the capitalization of text using different font variations.
Apply small caps to the text in the h1 element:
Apply all caps to the text in the p element:
Use the petite-caps value to apply small capital letters that are shorter than the x-height to the text in the blockquote element:
|Uses the default capitalization of the font
|Uses small capital letters for lowercase text
|Uses small capital letters for all text
|Uses small capital letters that are shorter than the x-height for lowercase text
|Uses small capital letters that are shorter than the x-height for all text
|Uses a mixed case of uppercase and lowercase letters, similar to title case
|Uses uppercase letters that are designed for use in titles
|Sets the property to its default value
|Inherits the property from its parent element
- Use font-variant-caps to add emphasis and hierarchy to your typography, but be mindful of its effect on legibility and readability.
- Consider the context and purpose of your text when choosing a capitalization style, as some styles may be more appropriate for certain types of content and messages than others.
- Use small caps sparingly, as they may be harder to read for some users, particularly those with visual impairments.
- Be aware that not all fonts support all capitalization styles, so test your font choices and settings on different devices and browsers to ensure consistent rendering.
- Consider using fallback fonts for greater compatibility and consistency across different devices and platforms.