Difference between revisions of "Font Element"

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<p>While font attribute is deprecated it may still be used.  It's use may pose issues with contrast for user who use custom style sheets in older browsers that don't surprise the font attribute.</p>
 
<p>While font attribute is deprecated it may still be used.  It's use may pose issues with contrast for user who use custom style sheets in older browsers that don't surprise the font attribute.</p>
 
<html>
 
<html>
<font size="3" color="darkred">This is some size 2 red text.</font>
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<p><font size="3" color="darkred">This is some size 2 red text.</font></p>
<font size="2" color="darkblue">This is some size 3 blue text.</font>
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<p><font size="2" color="darkblue">This is some size 3 blue text.</font></p>
<font face="verdana" color="darkgreen">This text is green verdana font.</font>
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<p><font face="verdana" color="darkgreen">This text is green verdana font.</font></p>
 
</html>
 
</html>
 
[[Category:Elements]]
 
[[Category:Elements]]

Latest revision as of 15:10, 27 March 2014

While font attribute is deprecated it may still be used. It's use may pose issues with contrast for user who use custom style sheets in older browsers that don't surprise the font attribute.

This is some size 2 red text.

This is some size 3 blue text.

This text is green verdana font.