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String.fontsize() Method

Name

String.fontsize() Method---set a string's font size with <FONT>

Availability

Navigator 2.0, Internet Explorer 3.0

Synopsis

string.fontsize(size)

Arguments

size

An integer between 1 and 7 or a string that starts with a + or - sign followed by a digit between 1 and 7. If an integer is specified, it is an absolute font size specification. If a string beginning with + or - is specified, it is a font size specification that is relative to the <BASEFONT> font size.

Returns

A copy of string, contained within <FONT SIZE="size"> and </FONT> HTML tags.

Example

The first two lines of the following code fragment have the same effect as the second two:

s1 = 'Chapter 1'.fontsize(6);
s2 = 'SMALLCAPS'.fontsize('-1');
s1 = '<FONT SIZE="6">Chapter 1</FONT>'
s2 = '<FONT SIZE="-1">SMALLCAPS</FONT>'

See Also

"String", "String.big()", "String.small()"


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