• CHANGING THE FONT

     You can change the way the font (text) all at once or you can change just the the size, color, and face indivisdually. It depends on your situation.
     
    CHANGING FONT ALL AT ONCE

     

    1.      If you are changing the face, size, and color all at once you can place them all within the same font tag.

     

    2.      Type <FONT FACE=“arial” SIZE=“5” COLOR=“red”>

     

    3.      Type </FONT> at the end of the text.

     

    Example: <FONT FACE=“arial” SIZE=“5” COLOR=“red”>Now the words are red</FONT>


    CHANGING FONT FACE
     
     
                                      

    1.      Type <FONT FACE= “Arial, Times New Roman”> in front of the text you want to change.

     

    You can substitute different font names for those listed in quotes.

     

    In case the first font you list is not available on the user’s computer, list a second font as an alternative.

     

    2.      Type </FONT> at the end of the text.

                                   
     
             CHANGING FONT SIZE

                                        

    1.      Type <FONT SIZE= “?”> in front of the text you want to change, replacing ? with the size you want to specify, ranging from 1 to 7. 1 = 8 point font, 7 = 36 point font

     

    2.      Type </FONT> at the end of the text.

     

       CHANGING FONT COLOR

                                        

    1.      Type <FONT COLOR= “?”> in front of the text you want to change, replacing the ? with the color you want to specify.

                     

    You can type the color name or a hexadecimal value for the color.

     

    Always precede the hexadecimal value with a # sign!

                                        

    2.      Type </FONT> at the end of the text.

Last Modified on March 24, 2014