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Assignment #9: Working with fonts Learning Objective: Learn how to use different styles for text on webpages. File: Use the file 'measurement.html" to perform the following tasks. Create a link to your index file and upload to the server. A) Create class selectors for the following: 1) .points for the blue text in the file with the following specs: font family="Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif" font size =12pt color= blue 2) .em for the purple text font family =Georgia, "Times New Roman", Times, serif" FONT SIZE=1.1em color = purple 3) .px for the green text font family= "Courier New", Courier, monospace
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Unformatted text preview: font size=20px color = green 4) .percent for the yellow text font family=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif font size=120% color = yellow Apply the classes to the areas as shown in my example. B) Change all the headings to italic and the color to dark purple by editing the css rule. C) Change the line height for the blue text to 1.6 multiple. (change .points class) D) Add the selector that eliminates all default values of a browser. Add this to the html document. E) Add the box margings to the header (click on a header) top=0.6em, left=right=0, bottom=0.4em...
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