Here in HTML Tutorial section you will learn that HTML
Font face and color depends entirely on the computer and browser that
is being used to view your page.
So, if you have downloaded a marvelous font that you "adore", and use
it on your page....there is a chance that the visitors to your page may
not be able to see it, and their browser may display the default font!
Please be aware of this when designing your page. If a particular "rare"
font is needed for your page title, for example, then it may actually be
a good idea to create a graphic for it instead!
The html font attributes are face, size and color.
To change any of the html font attributes at any time within your web page,
simply use the <font> tag. The text that follows will remain changed until you
close with the </font> tag.
We can change any or all of the font attributes at the one time,
by including all the required changes within the one <font> tag.
There are two ways to change your html font size. specify the actual font
size="n"> where "n" is a number from 1 to 7.
Remember to always close with the </font> tag in your web page.
Font size="3" ...this
is the default font size.
Specify the relative font size. <font size="+n"> or <font size="-n">.
Basically, you are specifying how many html font sizes larger or how many sizes smaller
than the preset font size
This is the default
size for this font.....now we can change the size with
make it larger,
make it smaller
HTML Font colors can also be changed
for effect and impact.
You can specify the color that you want by either the color name or
hexadecimal code for that color.
Remember to include the ". Some browsers will interpret the color without
the ", some will not....it is always best to include it!
You must remember to close with </font> in your web page
Note....these color names may not be recognized by all browsers.
Some examples of html font color names are:
a complete list of html font color names, (over 400 of them!) Go back and see
<font color="#rrggbb">, where "#rrggbb" is the hexadecimal number.
Remember to include the "#. Some browsers will interpret the html color
without the "#, some will not....it is always best to include it!
You must remember to close with </font>
Some examples of hexadecimal numbers are:
For a listing of all the 216 Netscape colors, showing your selected html color as a
background, and also as an html fonts color on selected different background colors,
please go back for color details.