This page contains HTML text codes as well as links to other relevant HTML text pages. HTML text code consists of a number of CSS properties - each that specify a certain property of the text. When combined, these properties determine what the overall HTML text should look like.
The most common tasks when working with HTML text tend to be setting the font family and making the text bold or italic. Text color is also another big one, as well as font size.
The examples below combine the various CSS text properties to demonstrate these common HTML text requirements. For more advanced requirements, check out the various HTML text links in the navigation.
This amazing piece of HTML text uses various font properties to set it's style.
The following example uses the shorthand
font property to set all styles in one go.
This amazing piece of HTML text is using the
For more advanced requirements, check out the various HTML text and font links below.