CSS font-stretch Property
Make the text in <div> elements wider:
font-family: sans-serif, "Helvetica Neue", "Lucida Grande", Arial;
Definition and Usage
font-stretch property allows you to make text
narrower (condensed) or wider (expanded).
Note: Some fonts provide additional faces; condensed faces
and expanded faces. For these fonts, you can use the
to selct a normal, condensed, or expanded font face.
Note: This property has no effect if the selected font does not offer condensed or expanded faces!
|Animatable:||yes. Read about animatable|
The numbers in the table specify the first browser version that fully supports the property.
|ultra-condensed||Makes the text as narrow as it gets|
|extra-condensed||Makes the text narrower than condensed, but not as narrow as ultra-condensed|
|condensed||Makes the text narrower than semi-condensed, but not as narrow as extra-condensed|
|semi-condensed||Makes the text narrower than normal, but not as narrow as condensed|
|normal||Default value. No font stretching|
|semi-expanded||Makes the text wider than normal, but not as wide as expanded|
|expanded||Makes the text wider than semi-expanded, but not as wide as extra-expanded|
|extra-expanded||Makes the text wider than expanded, but not as wide as ultra-expanded|
|ultra-expanded||Makes the text as wide as it gets|
|initial||Sets this property to its default value. Read about initial|
|inherit||Inherits this property from its parent element. Read about inherit|