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Fun With Fonts: Font Styles
Using the font element: (you can also use h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, and p elements too)
<font style="INSERT CSS HERE">
We're going to change the styles of the fonts used. Don't get it confused with font families.
It may look confusing because it looks like you're seeing two sets of font/style pairings.
Here's how to do the style in three ways: normal, italic, and oblique. For normal,
use it to override a nested italic style, else, you can just leave out the font-style:normal
tag. For italic, here's what italic and oblique look like:
This is in a style of italic
This is in a style of oblique
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