Type with a heavier weight than normal type.
A typeface with thicker strokes than regular, roman text is called bold type. Bold is used for emphasis to make certain words and phrases stand out from surrounding text. Browser: The software used to view, manage, and access web pages by interpreting hypertext and hyperlinks. The two most common browsers are Netscape and Microsoft Internet Explorer. Web pages often appear differently depending on the brand and version of the browser intended to view them in.
A thicker overall line width of the standard version of a typeface.
A set of type that is heavier (thicker or darker) than the text type of the same typeface. Short for boldface.
Version of a typeface with stronger emphasis
Version of a typeface with more emphasis.
The emphasis of text by printing it darker than normal.
A type with very thick strokes; a thickened version of another typeface.
show HIDE Type created with a dark, heavy line (used for emphasis).
A blacker, heavier variation of a typeface, relative to the roman variation.
A typeface with thick heavy lines
In printing, a heavier version of a particular typeface. An enhancement of the text.
Heavy or dark-faced type. This is boldface.