Milligram - Typography

<!-- Base font-size and line-height --> <p>The base type is 1.6rem (16px) over 1.6 line height (24px)</p> <!-- Other elements to text markup --> <a>Anchor</a> <em>Emphasis</em> <small>Small</small> <strong>Strong</strong> <u>Underline</u> <!-- Default Headings --> <h1>Heading</h1> <h2>Heading</h2> <h3>Heading</h3> <h4>Heading</h4> <h5>Heading</h5> <h6>Heading</h6> <!-- The base font-size is set at 62.5% for having the convenience of sizing rems in a way that is similar to using px. So basically 1.6rem = 16px. -->
/* CSS3 introduces a few new units, including the `rem` unit, which stands for *"root em"*. The rem unit is relative to the font-size of the root element `<html>`. That means that we can define a single font size on the root element, and define all `rem` units to be a percentage of that. The typography has `font-size` defined in 1.6rem (16px) and `line-height` in 1.6 (24px). Milligram uses the `font-family` [Roboto](, created by Christian Robertson, and provided by Google. */
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