This is the fifth part in my CSS Styling tutorials, in which I will be covering font properties.
The first of the font properties I will be covering is the weight property, this lets you set the weight of the font (how bold it is). You can either use the values 'normal', 'bold', 'light', etc. or a number (around 100-600)...
font-weight:200; // or font-weight:normal;
The font family property lets you set the actual font of the text, you can choose multiple fonts within the family in-case the previous fonts are unavailable...