All HTML headings,
<h6>, are available.
.h6 classes are also available, for when you want to match the font styling of a heading but cannot use the associated HTML element.
Use the included utility classes to recreate the small secondary heading text
Fancy display heading With faded secondary text
Links have a default
color and underline applied. While links change on
:hover, they don’t change based on whether someone
:visited the link. They also receive no special
Placeholder links—those without an
href—are targeted with a more specific selector and have their
text-decoration reset to their default values.
For quoting blocks of content from another source within your document. Wrap
<blockquote class="blockquote"> around any HTML as the quote.
A well-known quote, contained in a blockquote element.
The HTML spec requires that blockquote attribution be placed outside the
<blockquote>. When providing attribution, wrap your
<blockquote> in a
<figure> and use a
<figcaption> or a block level element (e.g.,
<p>) with the
.blockquote-footer class. Be sure to wrap the name of the source work in
<cite> as well.
Use text utilities as needed to change the alignment of your blockquote.
Remove the default
list-style and left margin on list items (immediate children only). This only applies to immediate children list items, meaning you will need to add the class for any nested lists as well.
- This is a list.
- It appears completely unstyled.
- Structurally, it's still a list.
- However, this style only applies to immediate child elements.
- Nested lists:
- are unaffected by this style
- will still show a bullet
- and have appropriate left margin
- This may still come in handy in some situations.
Remove a list’s bullets and apply some light
margin with a combination of two classes,
- This is a list item.
- And another one.
- But they're displayed inline.
Stylized implementation of HTML’s
<abbr> element for abbreviations and acronyms to show the expanded version on hover. Abbreviations have a default underline and gain a help cursor to provide additional context on hover and to users of assistive technologies.
.initialism to an abbreviation for a slightly smaller font-size.
Traditional heading elements are designed to work best in the meat of your page content. When you need a heading to stand out, consider using a display heading—a larger, slightly more opinionated heading style.
Make a paragraph stand out by adding
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Inline text styles
Styling for common inline HTML5 elements.
You can use the mark tag to highlight text.
This line of text is meant to be treated as deleted text. This line of text is meant to be treated as no longer accurate.
This line of text will render as underlined.
This line of text is meant to be treated as fine print.
This line rendered as bold text.
This line rendered as italicized text.
If you want to style your text, you should use the following classes instead:
.markwill apply the same styles as
.smallwill apply the same styles as
.text-decoration-underlinewill apply the same styles as
.text-decoration-line-throughwill apply the same styles as
Description list alignment
Align terms and descriptions horizontally by using our grid system’s predefined classes (or semantic mixins). For longer terms, you can optionally add a
.text-truncate class to truncate the text with an ellipsis.
- Description lists
- A description list is perfect for defining terms.
Definition for the term.
And some more placeholder definition text.
- Another term
- This definition is short, so no extra paragraphs or anything.
- Truncated term is truncated
- This can be useful when space is tight. Adds an ellipsis at the end.
- Nested definition list
- I heard you like definition lists. Let me put a definition list inside your definition list.
cursor on summary is
text, so we reset that to
pointer to convey that the element can be interacted with by clicking on it.
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