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Your default paragraph and heading fonts are quite boring. It's finally time to make them more exciting!
One of the most important things to do with text is the font you're using. You may have seen the word 'font' used in other bits of your computer, such as Microsoft Word. As you probably know, the font is what the text looks like (other than colour and size).
By default, your web browser uses the following font:
On Windows, this default font is Times New Roman.
Windows has about 120 fonts built-in. However, we'll simplify that to just a few fonts:
These are called generic fonts. We'll use these instead of actual fonts to make your life a little easier.
It's quite simple to apply one of the generic fonts above:
Easy peasy lemon squeazy. Now give it a go: