While textual style and content progressive system are the two most significant components of typography — and the two you truly need to comprehend to begin — there are still a lot of different terms and standards in the typography space BaselineThe base, undetectable line where content, letters, and characters sit. cap line The top, imperceptible line that goes about as an upper limit for content, letters, and characters. X-heightThe stature of a specific text style’s lowercase letters (except for ascenders, similar precisely h, or descenders, similar exactly p). Tracking The measure of room between letters in a square of content (now and then alluded to as “letter dividing”). leading The vertical space between each line of content. Kerning A change that either expands or reduces the space between two letters or different characters.