[NTB] Re: font faces
Nice to be able to offer some help, so far I have only been in the
At 01:52 2000-01-08 , you wrote:
> I like theThat seems very peculiar. Are you sure your spelling is right? That's what
>comic sans font, which is on my system, but I can't get it into a web page.
usually mix it up. You have to write the whole font name. I use Comic Sans
MS. If you can use the font in your other apps it should show up in your
>That brings up another question, "Does the font that I am trying to use haveYes, I think so. But if they are in the fontlist they ought to be in the
>to be located in a certain place in my system in order for me to use it in a
right place. If you install any new you find the folder at:
start/settings/contrls/fonts (this is not the correct terms, don't know
them in english, but you get a hint I hope)
Just put them in the font folder and they will show up in the font lists.
Remember - you see them, others may not.
- Hi Jay,
> That brings up another question, "Does the font that I amThe fonts on your machine are used to disply your pages and
> trying to use have to be located in a certain place in my
> system in order for me to use it in a website?"
anything that uses font on your machine. If you put a font on
your web page that the vistor does not have the page will default
to whatever the browsers default is or whatever the user overides
web page fonts with in their options. Fonts are found in
Windows\Fonts most the time, but some get installed in Windows
To use a certain font get its name from Windows Explorer or a
font viewer. Put that name in the tag:
<FONT FACE="Comic Sans MS">text</FONT>
Not everybody has that font though. I would stick to: Arial,
Helvetica, Times New Roman, or Courier New myself.
The NoteTab and Html List...
- Hi Jody,
Thanks so much for the help. Though I sure wouldn't use all those extra
fonts, I just wanted to be able to say I could make it happen. Through all
the help I found from this group. It happened. Thanks for making that