Great job! You learned how to style an important aspect of the user experience, typography.
Let's review what you've learned so far:
Typography is the art of arranging text on a page.
Text can appear in any number of weights, with the font-weight property.
Text can appear in italics with the font-style property.
The vertical spacing between lines of text can be modified with the line-height property.
Serif fonts have extra details on the ends of each letter. Sans-Serif fonts do not.
Fallback fonts are used when a certain font is not installed on a user's computer.
Google Fonts provides free fonts that can be used in an HTML file with the <link> tag or the @font-face property.
Local fonts can be added to a document with the @font-face property and the path to the font's source.
The word-spacing property changes how far apart individual words are.
The letter-spacing property changes how far apart individual letters are.
The text-align property changes the horizontal alignment of text.