The font-variant-east-asian property controls the variation of East Asian glyphs (or characters) for a given font family and style.
Enable proportional spacing for the p element using the proportional-widths feature:
Enable half-width glyphs for the h1 element using the jis78 feature:
Enable ruby text for the blockquote element using the ruby feature:
|Specifies the default glyph selection for the font
|Enables full-width glyph selection for the font
|Enables proportional spacing for East Asian text
|Enables a specific feature for alternate glyph selection, such as jis78, jis83, jis90, jis04, simplified, traditional, ruby, jis04-alt, tch-compact, ecl, or cwkanji
|Sets the property to its default value
|Inherits the property from its parent element
- Use font-variant-east-asian to control the variation of East Asian glyphs, such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean characters, for better legibility and readability.
- Choose feature values that are appropriate for the specific language and script used in your content, as different languages and scripts may have different typographic conventions and requirements.
- Be aware that not all fonts support all feature values, so test your font choices and settings on different devices and browsers to ensure consistent rendering.
- Consider using fallback fonts and feature values for greater compatibility and consistency across different devices and platforms.