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.
- 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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