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In order to understand this more clearly, let's look at three examples of font-weight assignment. In the first, assume that the font family Karrank% is an OpenType font and so already has nine weights already defined. In this case, the numbers are assigned to each level, and the keywords normal and bold are assigned to the numbers
It's also possible to scale an image (or other replacedelement) using height:
<IMG SRC="test.gif" STYLE="display: block;" ALT="test image"><IMG SRC="test.gif" STYLE="display: block; height: 50px;" ALT="test image"><IMG SRC="test.gif" STYLE="display: block; height: 200px;" ALT="test image">
This is exactly the same as using the HEIGHTattribute on the IMG tag in HTML. If an image is100 pixels tall, then by default its height will be100px . If you specify another value, then the