font-variant

The font-variant attribute indicates whether the text is to be rendered using variations of the font's glyphs.

Note: As a presentation attribute, font-variant can be used as a CSS property. See the css font-variant property for more information.

You can use this attribute with the following SVG elements:

Example

<svg viewBox="0 0 250 30" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg">
  <text y="20" font-variant="normal">Normal text</text>
  <text x="100" y="20" font-variant="small-caps">Small-caps text</text>
</svg>

Usage notes

Value

normal | none | [ <common-lig-values> || <discretionary-lig-values> || <historical-lig-values> || <contextual-alt-values> || stylistic( <feature-value-name> ) || historical-forms || styleset( <feature-value-name># ) || character-variant( <feature-value-name># ) || swash( <feature-value-name> ) || ornaments( <feature-value-name> ) || annotation( <feature-value-name> ) || [ small-caps | all-small-caps | petite-caps | all-petite-caps | unicase | titling-caps ] || <numeric-figure-values> || <numeric-spacing-values> || <numeric-fraction-values> || ordinal || slashed-zero || <east-asian-variant-values> || <east-asian-width-values> || ruby ]

Default value normal
Animatable Yes

For a description of the values, please refer to the CSS font-variant property.

Specifications

Specification
Unknown specification
# font-variant-prop

Browser compatibility

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See also