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HTML Text font Size

It is defines the text size (font size) for an HTML element: This attribute specifies the size of the text inside a <font> element. <HTML font size> sets the size of a font.

In HTML, we will use the HTML Text <font> tag to change the size of text .The font size attribute is specifies the  display how large a font  on the web page or absolute  terms.
The default font size is 3, and the largest font size is 7 that can be displayed in a browser

Example is given below


<h1 style="font-size:500%;"> Practice makes men perfect</h1>
<p style="font-size:12px;">We are a good human beings.</p>


On the web page result will show :


Practice makes men perfect

We are a good human beings.


To increase or decrease the size of the font relative to the default size, use <font size="+num"> or <font size="-num"> , where "num" is a number. For example,
If we want to increase or decrease the size of the font  then we will use <font size="+num"> or <font size="-num">

Here we can easily understand the meaning of "num"
"num" = number
"+num"= increase the size of the font
"-num"= decrease the size of the font
"num" is from 1 to 7
Example is given below to make the text two sizes bigger: 

For increase the font size: syntax


<font size="+2">I am a bigger text.</font>


result will show on web page:


I am a bigger text.


For decrease the font size: syntax

<font size="-1">I am a smaller text.</font>



result will show on web page:


I am a smaller text.


For tiny (smallest) text we will use this example :


<font size="1">I am a really smallest text.</font>


Result is given below:


I am a really smallest text.


My dear friends keep away from tiny (smallest) text because it is so tiny and hard to read .

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)  is preferred this method for changing text size. HTML is less flexible then CSS but it is compatible with older browsers.

CSS syntax:


<p style="font-size:50px">come with us



Result will show:


come with us



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