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Modifying Specific Letters with CSS and JavaScript

Changing specific characters can be a challenge in CSS. Often, we’re forced to implement our desired changes one-by-one in HTML, perhaps using the span element. But, in a few specific cases, a CSS-focused solution may still be possible. In this article, we’ll start by looking at some CSS-first approaches to changing characters, before considering a scenario where we need to turn to JavaScript.… Read article “Modifying Specific Letters with CSS and JavaScript”

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Getting the Most Out of Variable Fonts on Google Fonts

I have spent the past several years working (alongside a bunch of super talented people) on a font family called Recursive Sans & Mono, and it just launched officially on Google Fonts!

Wanna try it out super fast? Here’s the embed code to use the full Recursive variable font family from Google Fonts (but you will get a lot more flexibility & performance if you read further!)

<link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Recursive:slnt,wght,CASL,CRSV,[email protected],300..1000,0..1,0..1,0..1&display=swap" rel="stylesheet"
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Understanding Web Fonts and Getting the Most Out of Them

Using custom fonts is getting increasingly easier. We’ll cover the basics of usage here and get into the more in-depth features that are helpful for developers who want to level up and aim to perfect advanced concepts, like loading font files.