Websites are composed of Web pages that are written using a language known as HTML. Any computer language can become advanced and difficult to learn. However, each one contains its basics that can get you started learning the language. One of the most basic elements of HTML coding is changing link fonts. To change any of the font attributes of your links, implement the following few simple codes into your source.
Things You'll Need
Locate the document whose link font you would like to change, and open it in Notepad to reveal the HTML source code.
Find the link code which will appear as follows: <a href= "nameoflink">Name of Link</a>.
Change the font face of the link by modifying the link code as follows: <font face= "Name of font face"><a href= "nameoflink">Name of Link</a></font>.
Modify the font color of the link by changing the link code as follows: <font color= "Color of Font"><a href= "nameoflink"></a></font>.
Alter the font size of the link by modifying the link code as follows: <font size= "Size of font:><a href= "nameoflink"></a></font>.
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