This is a blog content. You can use it to test the colors and fonts, mainly focusing on text. Your average simple, minimal blog post.
First, let's check out how different fonts and sizes look on each heading.
Here's an H2 Tag
H2 tags come right after the H1 tag. Usually, there's one H1 tag per document, which is the title. The H2 tags are the main headings of the article, and they are kind of necessary because they help search engines understand the topic of that document.
Here comes the H3 tag
The H3 tags mark the subheadings and their main topics are still related to their respective H2 tags. For example, here, you're still reading about headings and subheadings.
The journey through heading tags continues. The H4 tag is a subheading for the H3 tag. When do you even use it? Whenever you need a section even smaller than the subheading. It's generally uncommon and doesn't affect search engine optimization much.
There's an H5 too?
Yes, there is. Again, it's not that common, and probably just looks like average text. But who knows. Maybe you'll need it.
Colors and Typography
A lot goes into finding the best combination of colors and fonts. Let's figure out how to excel at this.
Colors and Texts
This is not just a typography playground. It's a color playground too. Colors matter a lot when it comes to reading. If you're using pure black text on a white background or vice versa, the text could create an effect called "Halation." This effect blurs out the text and makes it fuzzy and hard to read. So try out different colors and check whether the texts are readable in different fonts and colors.
Heading and Body Text
Some fonts are just not made for body text. They're chunky, massive, wide, or just unreadable. Some others are too thin for headings. That's exactly why you have two options here: headings and body text fonts. Try locking and randomizing each one using the font category (sans-serif, monospace, etc.) to reach a good combo.
Over to you
After all of that, you could try exporting the fonts or colors or both to your project in different formats. Fonts are listed in REM values to help with responsive designs.
In the end, thanks for reading this blog post, and hope it's been helpful. If you liked it, make sure to share it with your friend (write something nice about this template).