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Responsive Web Design by Example : Beginner's Guide - Second Edition by Thoriq Firdaus

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Time for action – composing the base style rules

In this section, we are going to write blog base styles. These style rules encompass the content font family, the font size, and a number of elements therein in general.

First of all, it is my personal opinion that using the default system font such as Arial and Times is so boring.

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Due to the browser support and font license restriction, we were only able to use fonts that were installed in the user's operating system. Consequently, for more than a decade, we're stuck to a very limited choice of fonts we can use on the Web, and many websites use the same set of fonts, such as Arial, Times, and even Comic Sans. So, yes, these are boring fonts.

Today, with the advancement in @font-face specification, ...

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