Kristina benjamin fonttag

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Kristina benjamin fonttag

  1. 1.  This <font> tag has many options that can alter text within an html document, like you would in a word document.
  2. 2.  <font size=12>Blah blah</font> This string of code will make the text “Blah blah” 12 point font.
  3. 3.  <font face=“comic sans ms”>Blah blah</font> This would make the text “Blah blah” become the fonts style comic sans ms.
  4. 4.  <font color=“green”>Blah blah</font> This would make the text “Blah blah” appear green in the html text.
  5. 5.  This could all be combined when creating a style for your text in HTML. <font size=12 face=“comic sans ms” color=“green”>Blah Blah</font> Which would appear- › Blah blah
  6. 6.  Font is now considered obsolete in HTML5. The way font is now changed is usually using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
  7. 7.  The reason that CSS is now used most for coding is because, it allows coders to create a mass style for a website in one separate document. As for how this helps font, coders would have to individually put a tag per page to keep it uniform. CSS makes it much easier.
  8. 8.  Code for font using CSS would look like something similar to this- › p{font-family:"Times New Roman", Times, serif;}
  9. 9.  The difference between the html and the CSS version of this tag is not very different. Just a different style of code.<font size=12 p{font-family:"Times Newface=“comic sans ms" Roman", Times, serif;}color=“green"> Blahblah</font>

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