The font-variant-east-asian CSS property controls the use of alternate glyphs for East Asian scripts, like Japanese and Chinese.
|Applies to||all elements. It also applies to ::first-letter and ::first-line.|
This keyword leads to the deactivation of the use of such alternate glyphs.
This keyword forces the use of special glyphs for ruby characters. As these are usually smaller, font creators often designs specific forms, usually slightly bolder to improve the contrast. This keyword corresponds to the OpenType values ruby.
These values specify a set of logographic glyph variants which should be used for display. Possible values are: Keyword Standard defining the glyphs OpenType equivalent jis78 JIS X 0208:1978 jp78 jis83 JIS X 0208:1983 jp83 jis90 JIS X 0208:1990 jp90 jis04 JIS X 0213:2004 jp04 simplified None, use the simplified Chinese glyphs smpl traditional None, use the traditional Chinese glyphs trad
These values control the sizing of figures used for East Asian characters. Two values are possible: proportional-width activating the set of East Asian characters which vary in width. It corresponds to the OpenType values pwid. full-width activating the set of East Asian characters which are all of the same, roughly square, width metric. It corresponds to the OpenType values fwid.