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    As the title states I’m looking for examples of perfect typographic css. My studies where based in print based design, although I’m becoming reasonable at web design. I would really like some links to some style sheets that have clear, concise type styling, that look consistent across browsers. Also any articles that jump to mind.

    Thanks in advance.


    I’m aware of that. But as consistent as is possible. Including styling around a reset stylesheet properly.


    Hello @molte

    Here are a few resources that talk about applying typographic style to the web. These aren’t pointless “Top 8 Awesome Examples” type articles. You may actually learn something here. lol.

    As far as @wolfcry911 ‘s comment, he’s right, web will never equal print. However, web is approaching print. Mobile devices in the next 10 years will ‘look’ more and more like a print surface, and as displays improve so will the consistency. Browsers render text differently, but I’m also confident that will become more standard in the future. It’s a good time to brush up on typography skills.

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