In this freeCodeCamp lesson from the Applied Visual Design course, we look at the text-transform property. Using the text-transform property allows us to transform text by giving it a specific value. The values we learn about for text-transform are: lowercase, uppercase, capitalize, initial, inherit, and none. We can transform our text and make it all lowercase with the "lowercase" property. We can conversely make all text uppercase with the the "uppercase" property. The "capitalize" property will make all text capital. The "initial" value for transforming text will use the default value given while the "inherit" property will inherith the value from the parent element and finally the none attribute will use the default which is the original text of the element.