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A propriedade font-feature-settings do CSS te dá controle sobre tipografia avançada nas fontes do tipo OpenType.

Nota: Whenever possible, Web authors should use the font-variant shorthand property or an associated longhand property, font-variant-ligatures, font-variant-caps, font-variant-east-asian, font-variant-alternates, font-variant-numeric or font-variant-position.

This property is a low-level feature designed to handle special cases where no other way to enable or access an OpenType font feature exists.

In particular, this CSS property shouldn't be used to enable small caps.

Initial valuenormal
Aplica-se aall elements. It also applies to ::first-letter and ::first-line.
Computed valueas specified
Animation typediscrete
Canonical orderthe unique non-ambiguous order defined by the formal grammar


/* Use the default settings */
font-feature-settings: normal;

/* Set values for OpenType feature tags */
font-feature-settings: "smcp";
font-feature-settings: "smcp" on;
font-feature-settings: "swsh" 2;
font-feature-settings: "smcp", "swsh" 2;

/* Global values */
font-feature-settings: inherit;
font-feature-settings: initial;
font-feature-settings: unset;


Text is laid out using default settings.
Ao renderizar texto, a lista de características OpenType é passada para o mecanismo de layout de texto para ativar ou desativar recursos do tipo de letra. A tag é sempre uma <string> de 4 caracteres ASCII. Se possuir mais ou menos caracteres ou conter caracteres fora da faixa U+20 - U+7E, toda a propriedade é invalida.
O valor é um inteiro positivo. As duas palavras-chaves on e off são sinônimos de 1 e 0 respectivamente. Se nenhum valor é definido, o padrão é 1. Para características OpenType não-booleanas (ex. stylistic alternates), o valor implica em um glifo particular para ser selecionado; para valores booleanos, é um interruptor.

Sintaxe formal

normal | <feature-tag-value>#

<feature-tag-value> = <string> [ <integer> | on | off ]?


/* use small-cap alternate glyphs */
.smallcaps { font-feature-settings: "smcp" on; }

/* convert both upper and lowercase to small caps (affects punctuation also) */
.allsmallcaps { font-feature-settings: "c2sc", "smcp"; }

/* enable historical forms */
.hist { font-feature-settings: "hist"; }

/* disable common ligatures, usually on by default */
.noligs { font-feature-settings: "liga" 0; }

/* enable tabular (monospaced) figures */
td.tabular { font-feature-settings: "tnum"; }

/* enable automatic fractions */
.fractions { font-feature-settings: "frac"; }

/* use the second available swash character */
.swash { font-feature-settings: "swsh" 2; }

/* enable stylistic set 7 */
.fancystyle {
  font-family: Gabriola; /* available on Windows 7, and on Mac OS */
  font-feature-settings: "ss07";


Especificacão Estado Comment
CSS Fonts Module Level 3
The definition of 'font-feature-settings' in that specification.
Candidata a Recomendação Initial definition

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Feature Chrome Firefox (Gecko) Internet Explorer Opera Safari (WebKit)
Suporte básico

16.0 -webkit
48.0 (unprefixed)

4.0 (2.0) -moz [1]
29.0 (29.0) -moz [2]
34.0 (34.0) [3]

10.0 15.0 -webkit 9.1 (partial support in versions 4.0-6.0)
Feature Android Android Webview Chrome para Android Firefox Mobile (Gecko) IE Phone Opera Mobile Safari Mobile
Suporte básico 4.4 48.0 (unprefixed) 48.0 (unprefixed)

4.0 (2.0) -moz [1]
29.0 (29.0) -moz [2]
34.0 (34.0) [3]

? 24 9.3 (partial support in versions 3.2-6.1)

[1] From Gecko 2.0 (Firefox 4.0) to Gecko 14.0 (Firefox 14.0) included, Gecko supported an older syntax, slightly different from the modern one: OpenType Font Feature support in Firefox 4.

[2] The ISO/IEC CD 14496-22 3rd edition suggests to use the ssty feature to provide glyph variants adjusted to be more suitable for use in scripts (for example primes used as superscripts). Starting with Firefox 29, this is done automatically by the MathML rendering engine. It also suggests applying the dtls feature to letters when positing mathematical accent over it, in order to get dotless forms (for example dotless i, j with a hat). Starting with Firefox 35, this is done automatically by the MathML rendering engine. You can always override via CSS the default values determined by the MathML rendering engine.

[3] Starting with Firefox 34, the version prefixed with -moz- is only kept for backward compatibility purpose. It is controlled by the layout.css.prefixes.font-features, defaulting to true. The prefixed property will be removed in the future.

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