that first basic step;
if you typed a font, i.e. :
go to :
and easily you'll find this :
right after font-size: 14px; easily add in letter-spacing: 1px;
and hai. would turn to hai.
a normal, typical 72 px font in georgia.
compressing would no doubt make it nicer, also, good to see!
"compressed" by 10px . letters like this make you squeeze your words together in
a form which makes it 'stylish'.
"splitted" by 10 px. It gives people the illusion that there are more than one spaces in between,
but instead, a single space would suffice because the 'letter-spacing' helps.
(saves your hands from pressing too much spacebars.)
basically, the idea of it all is to add : letter-spacing: (insert)px;
to the html coding, and there you get, a font! /dances
i told you I'm a bad teacher.