Re: [z_scale] font on homepage
The following is something I found on web page building.
You've got a Web page, all right, but it's not quite ready for prime
time. You need content, as they say in the Web biz. (You know, what
the "creatives" USED to call words and pictures.) To create text from
scratch, just start typing it in. The words you type appear in
whatever font you've designated as your default for page viewing.
Remember that after you publish your page on the Web, other people
will see the page in whatever font THEY'VE designated as the default
for their browser, so don't put too much stock in the way the page
looks in a particular font. (Note that there ARE ways to force other
people to see things your way in your favorite font, but it requires a
pretty good grasp of HTML--unless you want to download Netscape
Communicator and use its HTML editor, Composer.
Your idea of making the page a picture with clear backround will
probably take a long time to download. Also if someone has their
automatic picture download turned off then they will see nothing.
Remember you are loading your web page from your hard drive and that is
a LOT faster then a modem connection.