17 Matching questions
- px, pt, not-bold are values used by this property
- This allows you to define specific characteristics that affect the direct appearance of the font itself.
- This font property can be measured in pixels (px), points (pt), and centimeters (cm)
- This is the style property that can be used to remove an underline from a link.
- Use common fonts so that your web page will most likely look like you intended on other computers.
- This style property can be used to change your text to Times New Roman.
- The number of required values for the text-shadow: style property
- This is the correct style property for defining the size of the text of an element.
- This is an inline element used to format text without disrupting the layout of the content.
- This is the correct way to turn text into italics.
- If text is aligned this way it will be spread out across the line to touch both margins.
- p:first-letter is an example of this.
These are used to add special effects to some selectors. The best description would be a style rule that is only applied under a specific condition.
- p:first-letter is an example of what?
- Arial is an example of this type of font. It is any font free of embellishments or FEET.
- This is the correct way to change the background color of an article to black.
- Times New Roman is an example of this type of font. It is any font that has embellishments or FEET.
- This is the style property you would use to change the font of an element to Arial.
- a a pseudo element
- b text-decoration
- c 4
- d font-family:
- e font-size
- f Justify
- h <em>text</em>
- i font-size: 10pt;
- j MUST be considered when choosing fonts for your web page
- k <article style="background-color:#000000">text</article>
- l A pseudo-element
- m font-family
- o font-weight
- p The span tag
- q font properties