FAQ: CSS Typography - Font Weight

This community-built FAQ covers the “Font Weight” exercise from the lesson “CSS Typography”.

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Why is there 2 lines of codes in html linking to css in the head section?

<head>
  <title>Typography Blog</title>
  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="styles/reset.css">
  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="styles/style.css">
</head>

I believe this is what you are referring to. Notice the href values refer to two different style sheets: reset.css and style.css. In the exercise, you are working with style.css. Codecademy is linking reset.css to remove default styles from almost every html element. Many developers do this to avoid default behavior from interfering with expected behavior. If you click on the folder icon in the top left of the code editor, you can navigate to styles/reset.css and have a look at what it does. Hope this helps :grinning:

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Yes, that was what I was referring to. Thanks.