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Font Family

This paragraph is styled with a "serif" font.

This paragraph is styled with a "Times New Roman"-style font specifically.

This paragraph is styled with a "sans-serif" font.

This paragraph is styled with the "Arial" font specifically.

This paragraph is styled with the "verdana" font specifically.

This paragraph is styled with the "Comic Sans MS" font specifically.

This paragraph is styled with a "monospaced" font.

This paragraph is styled with the "Courier New" font specifically.

The markup and classes used to produce this example:

<p class="fl-font-serif">This paragraph is styled with a "serif" font.</p>
<p class="fl-font-times">This paragraph is styled with a "Times New Roman"-style font specifically.</p>
<p class="fl-font-sans">This paragraph is styled with a "sans-serif" font.</p>
<p class="fl-font-arial">This paragraph is styled with the "Arial" font specifically.</p>
<p class="fl-font-verdana">This paragraph is styled with the "verdana" font specifically.</p>
<p class="fl-font-comic-sans">This paragraph is styled with the "Comic Sans MS" font specifically.</p>
<p class="fl-font-monospace">This paragraph is styled with a "monospaced" font.</p>
<p class="fl-font-courier">This paragraph is styled with the "Courier New" font specifically.</p>

NOTE: The fl-font-* classes are applied to the paragraph tags and so apply only that paragraph. The class could be applied to a <div> surrounding many paragraphs to apply the style to all paragraphs.

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