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BASEFONT and FONT Examples

Size in <BASEFONT> and<FONT>

This shows use of the <FONT SIZE="1"> font size 1. </FONT>

This shows use of the <FONT SIZE="2"> font size 2. </FONT>

This shows use of the <FONT SIZE="3"> font size 3. </FONT>

This shows use of the <FONT SIZE="4"> font size 4. </FONT>

This shows use of the <FONT SIZE="5"> font size 5. </FONT>

This shows use of the <FONT SIZE="6"> font size 6. </FONT>

This shows use of the <FONT SIZE="7"> font size 7. </FONT>

The CSS way: Absolute size

 <SPAN STYLE="font-size: xx-small;">

This demonstrates xx-small .

 <SPAN STYLE="font-size: x-small;">

This demonstrates x-small .

 <SPAN STYLE="font-size: small;">

This demonstrates small .

 <SPAN STYLE="font-size: medium;">

This demonstrates medium .

 <SPAN STYLE="font-size: large;">

This demonstrates large .

 <SPAN STYLE="font-size: x-large;">

This demonstrates x-large .

 <SPAN STYLE="font-size: xx-large;">

This demonstrates xx-large .

The CSS way: Relative size

 <SPAN STYLE="font-size: larger;"> and <SPAN STYLE="font-size: smaller;">

This demonstrates smaller .

The CSS way: Length

 <SPAN STYLE="font-size: 18pt;">

This demonstrates 18 point font size .

The CSS way: Percentage

 <SPAN STYLE="font-size: 110%;">

This demonstrates 110% font size .

This demonstrates xx-small.

Sue Sims