That takes me away from the site in a new window. But the problem is that I don't know how to code in what font and text size I want. Where would I add that into the code?
'JimJ[VT wrote:']I'd do that using a CSS script...Google that.
Basically, you define parameters for your ALINK, VLINK and LINK stuff in a seperate text file, and you call that up in your HTML text...
mbuchman wrote:That's what I would do too, but I think in this case, it would be less confusing to use the font tag.
You can place it after the opening a tag and before the closing /a tag.
But if you want to learn CSS (which is the ideal way to do formatting), here is a good link.
Shooter61 wrote:Thanks for the link all I needed was the tag cause I'm building my site in Publisher (crappy choice) and I have links along the way that I like to have open in a new window but I don't like how the font stands out.
Shooter61 wrote:Scratch that..... I just tried it out and still got nothing. Here is the code I came up with <font size="1" font face="comicsansms"><A HREF="http://www.scubatoo.net/bbqslideshowhtml/index.html" TARGET="_blank">Scuba Too BBQ 2006</font></A><small> but it won't change the face to comic sans.
mbuchman wrote:That's because it is "comic sans ms", not "comicsansms" ]http://www.scubatoo.net/bbqslideshowhtml/index.html[/URL]" target="_blank">Scuba Too BBQ 2006</a></font>
Also note how I rearranged the tags so that they are properly nested, and lower cased the a tag. Just formatting things so that the browsers that have standards are happy with your code.
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