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Zach Leatherman

Get all Font Sizes in use on a Web Page

This is a note written on 10 Jan 2019. It is short. It is terse. In total I’ve written 4 notes. This note was inspired by a tweet. Subscribe to the Notes RSS feed.

While doing some testing on font hinting, I wanted an easy way to make a test page that had examples of every single font-size in use on a page. Pasting the following snippet into your DevTools console retrieves an Array of sorted font-size values in use on a page.

(function() {
let fontSizes = new Set();

document.querySelectorAll("*").forEach(function( node ) {
fontSizes.add( window.getComputedStyle( node ).getPropertyValue("font-size") );

return Array.from( fontSizes ).sort(function(a, b) {
return parseFloat(a) - parseFloat(b);

For example, this page returned:

["10.5px", "11px", "12px", "13px", "15px", "15.7368px", "16px", "16.9474px", "18.6875px", "19.2px", "21.7895px", "22.4px", "23px", "100.35px"]

⚠️ Careful if you use vw units, these are computed values only.

I’ve also filed this as a possible enhancement for GlyphHanger.

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Zach is a Web Developer with the award winning Filament Group. He’s currently fixated on web fonts and static site generators. His public speaking résumé includes talks in seven different countries at events like Smashing Conference, CSSConf, and The White House. He also helps herd NEJS CONF and the NebraskaJS meetup. Read more about Zach »