Typography

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Links

Sample text link

Lists

Unordered list

  • Orange
  • Apple
  • Rhubarb
  • Rasberry
  • Blueberry
  • Cherry

Ordered list

  1. First
  2. Second
  3. Third
  4. Fourth
  5. Fifth
  6. Sixth

Definition list

Kick
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Snare
909
Maine
Augusta
California
Sacremento
Oregon
Salem
New York
Albany
Ascender
The part of certain lowercase letters that extends above the x-height of a font.
Font
Traditionally, a complete set of characters for one typeface at one particular type size. Often used more loosely as a synonym for "typeface".
Golden Section
The ideal proportion according to the ancient Greeks. It is visualized as the division of a line into two unequal segments in such a way that the ratio of the smaller segment to the larger segment is equal to the ratio of the larger to the whole. It is usually defined as 21:34, that is, 21/34 and 34/(21+34) both equal approximately 0.618. A rectangle whose sides are of this proportion is called a "golden rectangle". Golden rectangles can be found in the proportions of the Parthenon and many medieval manuscripts.