What's the difference of space and comma in CSS property value(not for selector)?
font:bold 60px helvetical, arial, sans-serif;
Each value make different function. For example:
font: bold 60px helvetica, arial, sans-serif;
bold do the weight and
60px do the size, these two are different from each other.
helvetica, arial, sans-serif =
font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif;
Values in comma do the same function. They all change
In this case:
helvetica it's not supported then loads
arial it's not supported then loads
Using fonts with two words:
If you use fonts that contains two words and have spaces like
For these fonts you have to put them on double quotes
font: bold 60px "roboto slab", arial, sans-serif;