HTML – Font & basefont
The <font> tag is used for modifying the type of a text, the size and the color. Use “size“, “color” and “face” attributes to personalize your text and the <basefont> tag to set the color, size and the style of a whole text.
Mostly the “font” and “basefont” tags are not used much, because CSS offers a much better way to set text’s attributes.
The font size
Set the size of your font. There are accepted values between 1 (the smallest) and 7(the biggest). The standard value of a text is 3.
<p><font size="5">This is font size 5</font></p>
This is font size 5
The font color
Set the color of the text
<p> <font color="#990000">This text is hexcolor #990000</font><br /> <font color="red">This text is red</font> </p>
This text is hexcolor #990000
This text is red
Pick a letter style using the font’s face attribute. You can choose any font you have installed, but choose the font with care, because the user on your page can’t see the font if he hasn’t got installed your font. He will see the default font meaning Times New Roman. The solution would be to choose many fonts who look the same.
<p><font face="Bookman Old Style, Book Antiqua, Garamond">This paragraph has had its font formatted with the font's face atribute</font><p>
This paragraph has had its font formatted with the font’s face atribute
With the help of the “basefont” tag you can set the default value of the font in your web page. We recommend to specify a “basefont” in case you will use the font in HTML. Here you have an example.
<html> ...... <body> <basefont size="2" color="green"> <p>This paragraph has had its font formatted with the basefont tag</p> <p>This paragraph has had its font formatted with the basefont tag</p> <p>This paragraph has had its font formatted with the basefont tag</p> </basefont> </body> </html>
With all these, “basefont” is somehow deprecated. In the close future is possible that it won’t work with anymore and will be entirely replaced by CSS rules.
|size=||“Num. Value 1-7”||Size of your text, 7 is biggest|
|color=||“rgb,name,or hexadecimal”||Change font color|
|face=||“name of font”||Change the font type|
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<p><font size="7" face="Georgia, Arial" color="maroon">C</font>ustomize your font to achieve a desired look.</p>
Customize your font to achieve a desired look.
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