The font-variant-position property controls the vertical position of the small caps font variant relative to the baseline of the text.
Use the default small caps position for the body element:
Align the small caps with the subscript baseline for the h1 element:
Align the small caps with the superscript baseline for the blockquote element:
|Specifies the default vertical position of the small caps
|Aligns the small caps with the subscript baseline
|Aligns the small caps with the superscript baseline
|Sets the property to its default value
|Inherits the property from its parent element
- Use font-variant-position to control the vertical alignment of small caps for better legibility and aesthetics of text, especially for titles, headings, and emphasis.
- Choose small caps position settings that are appropriate for the specific font and context, as different settings may have different effects on the legibility and aesthetic balance of the text.
- Be aware that not all fonts support small caps or small caps position, so test your font choices and settings on different devices and browsers to ensure consistent rendering.
- Use small caps sparingly and strategically, as overuse may reduce the readability and accessibility of the text.