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min(), max(), and clamp() are CSS magic!


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CSS has come a long way, but min(), max(), and clamp() make a lot of things a lot easier than they used to be, and really open up the world of responsive typography like we never had before! Clamp() is the ingredient that we've needed for a long time to really be able to make type fully responsive in our CSS, and to be able to do it on one line is absolute magic!




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