Fonts and Color

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5/25/10 2:55 PM Fonts and Color Page 1 of 2 http://www-scf.usc.edu/~samanthk/itp104/stylingextracredit.html Font-Family Helvetic Times New Roman Courier New What is a font family? The serif family includes type with serifs, for example like newpaper print. The serifs help ones eye move along a sentence. The Sans- sarif family includes font like Arial and Verana. They do not have serifs and are usually more readable on computer screens. Monospace fonts have a constant character width. Extra Help Book Head First HTML with XHTML, Elisabeth Freeman Freeman Colors HTML Colors Fonts Safe Fonts Styling with Fonts and Colors Customize the fonts in your pages with the font- family property Fonts are divided into "Font Families" which specify the font you'd like to use in each element of your page. Helvetica, Times New Roman, and Courier New are just three examples of various font families. Control the weight of your font with the font-weight propery and choose from lighter, normal, bold or bolder. You can add more style with the text decoration property. Use an underline,
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