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BODY - Common

Here you can set preferences for how BODY will look:

Body - Common


Font family

Here you can choose between Arial, Courier New, Georgia, Helvetica, Times New Roman, and Verdana fonts. These are so-called web-safe fonts, which means that most users have these fonts on their computers.

If you want to use a different font, you can enter it in the box yourself. Note that you must enter the full name, for example "Trebuchet MS". Because this font is not available by default on all computers, it is a good idea to add more names to fonts, separated by commas.

If you added a custom font, such as Google Webfonts, it will also appear in the list.


Here you select BODY color. Displays the colors that are set under colors.


You have the option to specify a text size in percent, em, rem, or pixels. For accessibility reasons, it is recommended that you use a relative size, i.e. percent, em, or rem. Visitors will then have a better chance of influencing the size of the text as needed. The following units can be selected:

  • %- percent of body. Default is 100%.
  • em - relative dimensions based on the enclosing element's text size.
  • rem - relative dimensions based on the enclosing root element (HTML tag) 
  • PX - fixed dimensions, should not be used if you are building responsive web

You can enter the desired size. 100% is suggested by default.

Line height

Set the row height for the font here. Inherit means that the row height is inherited from enclosing elements. Inherit is the default. The following can be selected from the list:

  • Inherit
  • normal (120%)
  • 1.3


Here you select additional settings for the font.

  • Bold - Tick the option to make the font bold.
  • Italic - Tick the option to make the font italic.
  • Rescaleable The font is rescaled when using the Character size module. Tick the option if the font are indicated in pixels. For fonts specified in relative dimensions (em or percent), it is sufficient that the option is ticked in the BODY style sheet.

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