We differentiate between four different font styles. Each has their own, distinctive use case:
font-highlight is used to designate input areas and other areas of interest.
font-standard represents our standard font size and line height. Note that these are applied by default, so it should generally not be necessary to use this class. You can apply it to reset text elements styled from other sources.
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font-tabular is used in description tables which have a small width. It uses a smaller line-height than font-standard.
font-hint is used for text that you do not want to draw too much attention to, like legalese.
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There are a number of colors you can give your text, including signal colors for status information
and others to make the text either more or less visible.
These are the colors you can use.
These classes will change the line height of the element. The line height determines how much whitespace there is
above and below the text within each line.
Cutting Off Text
When you need to make sure that a certain text takes up only one line, regardless of its length, you can use the
The text will be cut off at the end of the first line, and instead show an ellipsis (…) to indicate that more follows.
Headlines from H1 to H6 are styled with more or less emphasis to signify their respective place in the
document hierarchy. Depending on the context, you may need to apply those default styles to other elements.
To make an element look like a specific type of headline without actually being one, use the font-hn classes,
where “n” is the desired headline tier (1-6).