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Materialize Typography


Materialize Typography Roboto 2.0 standard font is used in Materialize framework. Here in this tutorial we are going to explain headings, blockquotes and free-flow text. You can also use our online demo to edit and run the code online.


Materialize Typography

Sometimes we do not need the default Roboto font so we need to override/remove the default Roboto font. You can remove the roboto font simply as below –

Remove | Override Roboto

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You can remove the roboto the simple css as –

Materialize Typography | Remove | Override Roboto | Example:

Headings

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Materialize provides basic styling for the headings. There are following heading styles available –

Materialize Headings | Example:

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If you run the above example it will produce output something like this –

Materialize Typography Headings Example

Blockquotes

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Blockquotes gives emphasis to a quote or citation. Here is an example of blockquote in Materialize-

Materialize Blockquote Example:

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If you run the above example it will produce output something like this –

Materialize Blockquotes Example

Flow Text

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Add the class flow-text to the body of text as in the example given below –

Materialize Flow Text Example:

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