Basic HTML Tags - Page 7

How to make text display in different colors on a web page.

Color is an attribute of the font tag. Text colors can be
described using their hexidecimal value--like #ff00ff, or name--like red,
blue, green, etc. The example below uses the colors red, blue, green, and black
(black is usually the default text color)
.
<html> <head> <title>Page 7</title> </head> <body> <center> <font size=6 color=red>A Sample Web Page</font> <table><tr><td> <font size=2 color=blue>This is an example of text placed on a web page.</font> <br> <font size=3 color=green>The quick brown fox jumped over the <br>lazy dog's back 0123456789 times.</font> <br> <font size=4 color=black>That sentence is one used many years ago <br>by teletype repairmen to test <br> their machines because it uses all 26 <br>letters of the alphabet and all 10 digits.</font> </td></tr></table> </center> </body> </html>

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