normal property CSS Reference

Definition and Usage

normal is a common value for some CSS properties. It is often the default value, but can always be considered as a sort of "standard" value. It is comparable to the value none, used in a similar manner for other properties.

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Gives the font standard weight (400). That is, the text is not noticeably bold or light.
Does not apply any italic or oblique to the font.
Uses the standard spacing between words, specified by the font.

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