CSS vs. the Font tag


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CSS vs. the Font tag

As we discussed in the previous chapter on Cascading Style Sheets, in the past two years there's been a tremendous push to separate the content of web page from its presentation, and we saw that by simply changing the style sheet of page, you can leave its contents untouched. It dramatically change the appearance of the page. Part of the separation movement has caused the XHTML font tag, which for years was used to format the size, face, and color of text to be left behind. In these days, Cascading Style Sheets is really the way you should be formatting all of your text. In this chapter were going to learn how to control our sites typography using CSS, and basic XHTML formatting tags except for the font tag. We're going to learn how to set font styles such as bold, italics, and underlined, font sizes, color, and faces, and we'll also look at how to create bulleted lists, definition lists, and ordered list. But first let's just see why the font tag is so looked down upon thes...

CSS vs. the Font tag
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CSS vs. the Font tag provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Essential Training

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