This is what we call a property property, and italic text should be used to explain things. I do not know if there is a more sophisticated way to display italic text, in contrast to the other way around. It’s not like I’m getting a lot of texts from people saying “you need italic,” and I’m saying that for most of the time I try to write them down in a way that is not very detailed.
I love the idea of italic text in the title. When you get to the title and read it over, you can see that it looks very good if you read it as if it were a normal text. However, I think it’s a bit weird that you can only find it in books. If you want to read it as if it were in a book, you can use the title as an example.
I don’t know, maybe the book is just too heavy, or I’m just too lazy.
Im just wondering, is there a “best” way to do this? Ive never seen a css property that would do it for me.
There is a css property that can set the style of italic text.
The property is css-property-set, which takes two parameters, one of which is for a style tag and the other is for the value to be inserted into. It can take the text that is being italicized, but I would recommend you try this method before you decide whether or not it is your style.
It’s a property like font-style, or font-weight, or font-variant, but it takes two parameters: the style tag and the value to be inserted into.
The effect of italic text is what drives the theme into a frenzy. When you’re setting up your font-weight property, it’s very easy to forget about fonts, fonts are just used to set up the font-weight, and the style tag makes the font-weight very easy to read.
And if you go wrong, the effect will be that when you re-layout your text after changing the font-weight, the text will be harder to read, like a comic book.
I like this little trick. I know some people like to write their text in cursive, and the other person will have to fix it. But if your font-weight property is set to something like 300, then italic text can be set to something like 100.