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CSS basics – font-weight and font-style

The appearance of text can be further controlled on webpages with the font-style and font-weight properties which provide the ability to italicize and bold text. The use of these definitions is a replacement to the deprecated tag <b> and <i>

CSS Basics – font definitions

Since font tags are deprecated, CSS should now be used to specify document fonts. There are several properties available of which, the most commonly used are the font-family and font-size. eg. font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 11px;