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To apply a style to one element in an HTML file

In the HTML file, position your cursor at the location where you want to apply the style.

Using the <STYLE> tag, add the style to the element. For example:


<p STYLE= "
font-family: times;
font-size: 12pt
> paragraph text ...</p>

where the font and size <STYLE> tag attributes are applied to the text between the <P> start and end tags.

Note  Use this method only if you want to change one element in a file without modifying the style sheet.

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