thricipio — 2013-10-19T13:11:40-04:00 — #1
Greetings, SitePointers. It's been awhile since my last thread/question (which was also my first: yup... I'm a newbie). Anyway, got some great help from you all regarding CSS and table border attributes, so I thought I'd try again with FONT attributes. I've been getting by (albeit with my very rudimentary webpages) using the old <font> tag, and the face and color attributes work okay, but the size attribute is a real dog. That's the one I need to do better with.
So, if anyone can point me to some good online reference material that discusses how to manipulate fonts using CSS, that'd be great ... and greatly appreciated.
Thanks ahead of time . . .
force — 2013-10-19T13:24:34-04:00 — #2
thricipio — 2013-10-19T13:47:44-04:00 — #3
Just checked the link you gave me. Sweet! A veritable plethora of attributes I'd never dreamed of! More font-related questions may follow, but for now, this will more than get me started.
Thanks a bunch, Kal ... er, uh, I mean, Force Flow.
molona — 2013-10-21T11:02:13-04:00 — #4
You can call him "Forcy" if you want to run and hides
force — 2013-10-21T11:21:59-04:00 — #5