CSS font families are often referred to as the “standard” or “standardized” fonts in a number of ways.
Some have a “slightly rounded” or more “tangled” appearance compared to the more traditional, more condensed font families.
Other fonts are more “sophisticated” and use more “metrics” to define their size and shape.
The fonts themselves are based on the same basic principles that make the world go round.
But these principles can be a bit of a challenge when trying to come up with new, unique, and unique ways to create a font.
Here’s a look at the differences between the various letter spacing systems used in CSS.