Does your website use Cascading Style Sheets? If not, how come? A CSS file allows you to select your font style (bold, italicize, underline), size, color, and other elements for your website in a single place. This greatly helps with consistency and editing of your website.
Creating a CSS file from scratch can be a pain if you’re not familiar with writing code. Web Safe Fonts is a useful website that provides the code you need to stylize your font exactly how you wan t it. Not only does this site provide code to create your CSS sheet; it provides a list of many web safe fonts and an area for you to test your own content. You will now have all the correct code for the exact style, size and color of the font you want.
If you're familiar with CCS files, how do you work with them?