In style language, a typeface is referred to as a “font family.” You specify which typeface you want to use like this:
If you specify more than one name, the browser looks for the fonts, one after the other, until it finds one that’s in the list. If it doesn’t find any of them, it just uses the browser’s default font. The last three examples ask the browser to look for a generic font of the given type. Notice that you must use either single or double quote marks around a font name if it contains spaces!
The last example uses single quotes around the font family name, because we’ve already used up double quotes for the HTML attribute. Here’s the result: