Font scaling based on the size of the container is a technique used to adjust the size of text within a container or element to make it more readable and visually appealing.
There are different approaches to achieving font scaling based on container size, but one common method is to use CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and the vw (viewport width) unit. The vw unit is a relative unit of measurement that represents 1% of the viewport width.
To implement font scaling based on container size using CSS, you can set the font size of the text using the vw unit, and then adjust it with media queries at different breakpoints. For example:
This technique can be useful for responsive web design, as it allows the text to scale dynamically based on the size of the container or viewport, making it more readable and accessible on different devices and screen sizes.