fast HTML font size codes

In HTML, font size is specified using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Font size is specified using the font-size property.
The actual value of the font-size property can be specified in different ways. You can specify font size in any of the following ways:
Absolute Size
Relative Size
Fixed Size
Percentage

    This page includes examples of these different methods.
    You can use the following HTML code to specify font size within your HTML documents. All you need to do is select your preferred option, then change the values to suit.

    Option 1: Absolute Size

    Absolute size refers to an entry in a table of font sizes that is calculated, and kept by the browser (or other user agent). Because of this, the text will always be displayed at the same size regardless of its surrounding elements. This is because the sizes are pre-calculated by the browser/user agent.
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    This code results in:
    Absolute size - xx-small
    Absolute size - x-small
    Absolute size - small
    Absolute size - medium
    Absolute size - large
    Absolute size - x-large
    Absolute size - xx-large


    Option 2: Relative Size

    Relative size allows you to set the font size relative to the parent element. This means that different text with the same (relative) value could actually appear in many different sizes - even on the same page. It all depends on the text's parent element. There are two possible values: 'smaller' and 'larger'.
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    This code results in:
    Font size specified using relative values - smaller
    Font size specified using relative values - larger


    Option 3: Length Value

    A length value allows you to specify an absolute font size, regardless of the surrounding elements. There are eight possible values.
    Relative Values:
    em (the 'font-size' of the relevant font)
    ex (the 'x-height' of the relevant font)
    px (pixels, relative to the viewing device)
    Absolute Values:

    in (inches -- 1 inch is equal to 2.54 centimeters)
    cm (centimeters)
    mm (millimeters)
    pt (points -- the points used by CSS2 are equal to 1/72th of an inch)
    pc (picas -- 1 pica is equal to 12 points)

      Examples of Relative Values

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      This code results in:
      Font size specified at 1.2em
      Font size specified at 1.4em
      Font size specified at 1.8em

      Font size specified 2ex
      Font size specified at 3ex

      Font size specified at 4ex

      Font size specified at 12px
      Font size specified at 14px
      Font size specified at 18px

      Examples of Absolute Values

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      This code results in:
      Font size specified at 0.12in
      Font size specified at 0.18in
      Font size specified at 0.25in

      Font size specified at 0.35cm
      Font size specified at 0.45cm
      Font size specified at 0.6cm


      Font size specified at 3.5mm
      Font size specified at 4.5mm
      Font size specified at 6mm

      Font size specified at 10pt
      Font size specified at 12pt
      Font size specified at 16pt

      Font size specified at 0.8pc

      Font size specified at 1pc
      Font size specified at 1.2pc

      Option 4: Percentage Values

      Percentage values specify an absolute font size relative to the parent element's font size.
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      This code results in:

      Smaller font size specified using percentage values - 90%
      Larger font size specified using percentage values - 150%

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