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Windows® 98 Unleashed by Paul McFedries

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Adding Formatting and Headings

HTML has lots of tags that will spruce up your page text. You saw earlier how a word or phrase surrounded by the <B> and </B> tags will appear in bold in a browser. You can also display text in italic by bracketing it with the <I> and </I> tags, you can make your words appear in monospace by surrounding them with the <TT> and </TT> tags, and you can underline words by enclosing them with the <U> and </U> tags.

You can achieve other text effects by using the <FONT> tag:

<FONT SIZE=n FACE=name COLOR=color>

Here's a summary of the three attributes used in this tag:

SIZE=n: Specifies the text size, where n is a number between 1 and 6.

FACE=name: Specifies the typeface used to display the text, where name is the name ...

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