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Cascading Style Sheets

Consider some of those that might make your pages look different than others. For example, "word spacing" which defines the amount of space between words. If you used it on only some items, like words in italics, you can get some interesting effects. Consider this example which includes only this paragraph, but also has the following style sheet commands added to those we have already discussed.

<STYLE TYPE="text/css">
H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6 {font-family:"Arial"}
H4 {font-size: 10pt}
I {word-spacing: 0.4in}

You want more information? Check out W3C's overview of CSS. But, beware, not every combination works in all browsers. Look here for information about what combinations work in what browsers.

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