A CSS property which sets the size of a font, as specified in one of several different units.
The property which determines the size of an object on the X-axis
Value increment element
"I initialize the loop with this value and increment the font-size with 1 until the string is wider than the width of the containing element"
"From there on the width slowly increases again as the part of the string still on line 1 linearly gets wider as the font-size increases"
from question "Strange behavior of graphics.MeasureString at different resolutions"
"As you can see the font-size of the text is bit larger than the width of the noisy lines"
from question "Removing background noisy lines from Captcha Image using PYTHON PIL"
"The first media query says that if the screen width is less than 992px the h2 in the item class should have a font-size of 3rem should be red and should have an underline"
from question "How to change the text size in bootstrap carousel according to the device screen"
"When you are using fittext at that time if the font-size is greater than 100px than you have to set the exact width as per your font-size"
from question "Resizing FontAwesome icons with FitText"
"You can remove the transform s and the margin-left and add a width set as 0 here smaller than the font-size 16px here to the get the effect"
from question "Vertical bootstrap panel header"