HTML Font Style Code

In HTML, font style is specified using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Font style refers to whether the font is presented in italics or normal. You can use the following HTML code to specify font style within your HTML documents.

TIP: You can also format your HTML text using the HTML text generator.

If you don't want to use the HTML text generator, copy the following code and paste into your HTML document (then change the values to suit) :

CodeResult

Font style is normal

Font style is italic back to normal back to italics again.

The above code uses inline styles. Inline styles are when you place the CSS right inside the HTML tag using the style attribute (eg, style="font-style:blue;"). As with any CSS code, you should place it into an embedded style sheet, or even better, an external style sheet where appropriate.

More Font Codes

You can do much more with fonts. Check out the following links.

And here are the different CSS font/text properties available in CSS2:

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