FONT XHTML Element

Windows Mobile 6.5
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4/8/2010

The FONT element specifies a new font, size, and color to be used for rendering the enclosed text. This element requires a closing tag.

There are some common properties and collections that apply to all the elements of the document object model, see Common Properties, Methods and Collections for the HTML Elements in Internet Explorer Mobile.

This element can be used within a web page with attributes.

This element can be used within scripts where it will have properties, events and methods.

The following table shows items that Internet Explorer Mobile supports.

Attribute Value Description

COLOR

Special

Sets the color for rendered text. Font colors are disabled on grayscale devices; text is always rendered in black.

This attribute is equivalent to the CSS:

color: {color};

FACE

Special

Specifies a comma-separated list of font names in which the text is rendered.

This attribute is equivalent to the CSS:

font-family: {font};

SIZE

1...7

3 (default)

Specifies an integer font size — can also be a relative font size with a signed integer value, size="+1", or size="-2". This is mapped to an absolute font size by adding the current BASEFONT XHTML Element SIZE attribute.

This attribute is equivalent to the CSS:

font-size: {font};

This element has no scripting properties.

This element has no associated events.

This property has no associated methods.

Windows MobilePocket PC for Windows Mobile Version 5.0 and later, Smartphone for Windows Mobile Version 5.0 and later

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