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Styling on the web is really messy, and takes a lot of effort to get it right. 

As a matter of personal interest, I'm collecting as many 'design rules' underpinning good styling as I can.

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In the typography area, I came across this site. It uses machine learning to identify font-families which work well together.

It uses Google fonts as its domain, and outputs a header, sub-header and text font (similar to h1, h2 and p)

I really like its recommendations (usually using the 'similar' setting)

 

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