Beginner's Guide - Fonts
Changing fonts requires use of the <FONT> container. It has three attributes: FACE, COLOR, and SIZE.
This is set to the name of a typeface (in quotes). However, not all computers have the same fonts; PCs and Macs can
have similar-looking fonts with different names. To avoid problems like those, you can give several alternative font
names. This text is formatted in either Arial or Courier. The font names shoud be separated by commas and listed in order of preference.
Same as in BODY, this is set to a color code or name in quotes. This text is blue.
SIZE is set to a number from 1 to 7, with 3 being "normal". It can also be set relative to the normal size (-1, +2, etc.)
This is size 4.
So much for fonts. Next stop, images.
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