FAQ: CSS Typography - Word Spacing


This community-built FAQ covers the “Word Spacing” exercise from the lesson “CSS Typography”.

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It’s not clear from the exercise where in the document the change should become apparent.

I think it’s only in the “Space Mono” at the bottom, because all other h2 content only has a single word.

Maybe change the exercise to alter more text so it’s more apparent what the attribute is affecting?


It would be very helpful to get some info on px, pt, em etc. and the difference between them. We had only very tangential info before on measurement units. I think it’s very important.