Many browsers supports extended fonts, in which you can choose to have the
document fonts be other than the normal one. This is accomplished by adding the
FACE="font_name" attribute to the <FONT>
tag. The most commonly supported fonts are Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, Impact, Comic Sans MS,
and a few others. It is not recommended to make your page font dependent, because the older
versions of browsers may not support this feature.
Example of Extended Fonts...
<font size=+2 face="Verdana">Verdana</font>
<font size=+2 face="Arial">Arial</font>
<font size=+2 face="Helvetica">Helvetica</font>
<font size=+2 face="Impact">Impact</font>
<font size=+2 face="Comic Sans MS">Comic Sans MS</font>
Comic Sans MS
Note: If you don't see one or more of the above fonts, then your browser probably doesn't support the extended fonts.
You can change the color of the text by setting the COLOR="font_color"
attribute in the <FONT> tag. The Color is usually
set by using the hexadecimal system (#000000 black to #FFFFFF white) but
can also be set in newer browsers by using the simple word of the color.
(Red for Red, Blue for Blue, etc.)
Example of Text Color...
<font color="Blue">Hey I'm Blue!</font>
Hey I'm blue!
<font size=+2 face="Impact" color="Green">Hey I'm green and in Impact Font!</font>
Hey I'm green and in Impact Font!
<font color="Red">Hey I'm red!</font>
Hey I'm red!
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