CSS a Default Font

CSS is the best, easiest way to format you web pages, but there’s a lot of confusion about it on the team. I thought I’d put in some CSS hints in the next few PC News issues to help spur you along in your CSS endeavors.

To set a default font for your web page, use the body tag. Here we set the default font to Verdana, 12px, and black. That will eliminate the need to use font tags all over your document, and it will make changing the default font for your entire site as easy as changing a single line of code.

FONT-SIZE: 12px; COLOR: #000000; FONT-FAMILY: verdana;