Coloring Your Fonts
The body tag is often more practical than the font tag, and it's also supported by more browsers.
Using the body tag, you can set the color scheme for your entire page, specifying the colors for regular text, links (normally blue by default), and followed links. Color is specified by using a numerical code.
If you type:
You will get a nearly illegible, but correctly colored page, with green text and blue links that turn white, on click, and red after they've been followed.
If you write in your HTML file:
You could even change the color of individual letters
Will give you:
O N T C O L O R S
As USUAL with all Netscape-specific tags, you should keep in mind that not all browsers support all font colors.
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