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Which CSS property configures the font typeface?
Select one:
a. font-face
b. font-type
c. font-family
d. font-style

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Font-family

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font-family.
Example of usage:
```
#headerFont{
font-family: Times New Roman;
}

You can put your text style name in cites (eg: "Ariel") but it's not constantly essential but rather it is a decent practice to get into on the grounds that it assists with staying away from specific textual styles not having the option to appear. If it's not too much trouble note there are a few font styles that won't work in specific browsers.

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