Sunday, May 01, 2005

font testing 1, 2, 3

tiny font size
small font size
normal font size
large font size
huge font size

font size "1"
font size "2"
font size "3"
font size "4"
font size "5"
font size "6"
font size "7"
font size "8"
font size "10"
font size "12"
font size "15"

font size "xx-small"
font size "x-small"
font size "small"
font size "medium"
font size "large"
font size "x-large"

7 comments:

raptor_ravenlord said...

it just doesnt display the same in the create post n in the real post...once u publish it the stupid thing removes all the "font" tags n replaces them wif "span style" tags...

raptor_ravenlord said...

xx-small doesnt exist after all...same goes for size "6" n above - for span style tag that is; for the "font" tag i can hv up to size "7" in the create post but once i publish...

raptor_ravenlord said...

btw posted at 4.14am but edited (heavily) at 1.30-1.50pm on sunday..

additional note: switching between 'edit html' n 'compose' in the create post window causes ur html code to get messed up heavily...example is ur 'font size' tags will get replaced by 'span style'...

raptor_ravenlord said...

after further experimentation, it was determined that an additional method of defining font size exists: using percentage. this only works for the "span style" tag which i'm not familiar with, and it only accepts percentage values below 100%; above that, it sees '120%', for example, as font size "120"

kryptos said...

y did u change back to the dark template?

samuel_lhc said...

LOL the "i power blogger" ad is back again

sjune said...

i dun like this black template lah

the font so small oso