Including alternative fonts within your HTML coding is an important part of good web design.
The FONT tag is used to display your text in a specific style. Although you may specify the font style you would like your text to be displayed, please keep in mind, if your visitor doesn’t have the font face you specify on their computer, the text will be displayed in the users default font setting.
To ensure your pages are being viewed as you intended, you should include alternative fonts within your HTML web page font tag.
<font face=”Verdana,Helvetica,Arial”>Your Text</font>
The code above tells the browser to display your text in Verdana, but if your visitor doesn’t have Verdana to display your text in Helvetica and so on.
By including font alternatives, you can ensure your page will be displayed exactly as you had intended.
This concludes the alternative fonts section.
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