Idea for <font> tag in html
Jerome Red last edited by
Hi, The text in the style tag <style></style>has no color, whereas it does in a .css file. Can you do something in the next update. Thank you
Ekopalypse last edited by
Makwana Prahlad Banned last edited by
The font tag was brought in early in HTML’s life to allow designers to change the size, typeface and colour of their text. It proceeded to do more harm than good — for all sorts of reasons — but mainly because it is a hugely inefficient way to format text. CSS text formatting is vastly superior, but knowledge of these old-style techniques is still useful.
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PeterJones last edited by PeterJones
The font tag was … I hope this information will be usefull for you.
What in the world does that have to do with Notepad++ or @Jerome-Red’s question? Jerome was asking, when using Notepad++ syntax highlighter for HTML, why the contents of the style tag in the HTML file he was editing were not syntax-highlighted as CSS. It had nothing to do with how to change the font or color of the rendered HTML, which would be an HTML/CSS question and asked in a different forum.