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Submitted by
Corey D
over 2 years ago

help me 3/26 please

<!DOCTYPE html>



Even Fancier Fonts


Much of this is regular text, but some of it is fancy!
We can use our newly fancified font to add some
flair to our website. It'd be a royal pain
to make each of these span tags fancy individually,
but it's a cinch with CSS!


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bleeeeeckss

264 points
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Submitted by
Joshua Stephens
over 2 years ago


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hi'

78 points
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Submitted by
pekladios18
over 2 years ago


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its really easy. during HTML you use command to change the attributes of single word. for example If there are ten lines and you have to change the color of one word in each lines then you have to use 10 commands but in CSS you have to use only one command to make change in all these lines.
I think it will be clear to you now. stay blessed.

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Submitted by
Yawar Abbas
over 2 years ago


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check here how to format your code. Your code is currently not visible. if you update your question please leave a comment so i get a notification.

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Submitted by
stetim94
over 2 years ago