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July 6, 2006, 11:44 am
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I have a system, where there is a CSS sheet somewhere, but in 2 case
I'd liek to override that as e.g. here. I used my onw system until now,
but this one does not allow me to change the font size. I'd like a
large haeder (size 4).
How do I overcome this?
I have this:
<td><b><font size=4>some header line!</font></b></td>
<td VALIGN=TOP><P ALIGN=right ><font size=1>Version 1.0.1</font></td>
Being new to soem parts of this system, what exactly is colspan (<td
Re: CSS - new things for me
CSS has higher precident then presentational markup. If an element has
a style and some presentational attribute, the style will win.
A size 4 font is not a header, its just a big font. And is obsolete in
the face of CSS 1 (which is just a few months off being a decade old).
If it is a header then the markup should be:
<th>some header line!</th>
It is a table header not table data, and boldness and font size are
presentational (and should be handled in the stylesheet).
http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/index/attributes.html is a handy index of
all attributes in HTML 4.