CSS - line-height
The line-height property modifies the height of the inline boxes which make up a line of text.
normal − Directs the browser to set the height of lines in the element to a "reasonable" distance.
number − The actual height of lines in the element is this value multiplied by the font-size of the element.
length − The height of lines in the element is the value given.
percentage − The height of lines in the element is calculated as a percentage of the element's font-size.
All the HTML elements.
object.style.lineHeight = "15px;"
Following is the example −
<html> <head> </head> <body> <p style="line-height:180%"> This text is having bigger line height. Line 1 This text is having bigger line height. Line 2 </p> </body> </html>
This will produce following result −