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    Newbi - informational site (text help)

    I am trying to get a simple css page up and running, but having a really hard time finding the right text to present data to readers. Making it easy to read. I've seen some sites but I don't have a clue where or how they set it. Can someone write a small example for what you found that works?

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    If you mean the font then Verdana is the best IMHO. If you don't like that something in the sans-serif family should be just as good.
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    Re: Newbi - informational site (text help)

    Originally posted by grant.cooper
    I am trying to get a simple css page up and running, but having a really hard time finding the right text to present data to readers. Making it easy to read. I've seen some sites but I don't have a clue where or how they set it. Can someone write a small example for what you found that works?
    you mean, something like this:
    Code:
    <style type="text/css">
    <!--
    .header {font-size:19px;color:#0000FF;}
    table {background-color:#000000;}
    -->
    font-wise, use Courier or Courier New. Try to make it look different from the normal text you are using to type with
    InQuE


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