Create better Web sites with CSS and the Font Control property
Putting font information into a CSS file has a number of important advantages: it's easy to do, doesn't require any special software, and works uniformly on most major browsers. More importantly, because information is centralized in a single location, altering the visual appearance of your pages is a snap: simply alter the font or color in your primary style sheet and the change will "cascade" across your site instantly. Explore the CSS font property, which provides an alternative to the older font element and is a great tool for when you need to centralize control over the typeface, color, size and spacing of your HTML pages.
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