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For one thing, font names are case sensitive, and Verdana and Arial both begin with uppercase letters.
i just noticed something.... When i remove the html !DOCTYPE, my css code (to change anchor font and size) will work. But when i put the html !DOCTYPE again, the css code will stop working. Is it because i am using XHTML 1.0 transitional !doctype or what? Please i need your help. Thanks in adv.
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DD, didn't know about case sensitivity in font names. All I have to do with that fact is remember to remember it. Thanks!

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Yeah, it's the doctype that enforces things like case. When you see HTML written all in uppercase, like <TABLE>, you know you're looking at a relic from the 90s (the code or its writer, hard to tell).

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Yeah, it's the doctype that enforces things like case. When you see HTML written all in uppercase, like <TABLE>, you know you're looking at a relic from the 90s (the code or its writer, hard to tell).
LOL! That says a lot about my ex-boyfriend ...
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Post your entire code, there are probably other factors influencing the style.

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