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    Font Problem

    Can someone please help, if i do a font on my site like "Arial" it works fine but when it comes to something like "Comic Sans" it doesn't work i think it might be because it has a space inbetween.
    I just don't know how to solve this problem

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    Hi mate. Welcome to the forums!

    Sound's like you are on the right track, but would you mind posting some example code so we know what you are doing incorrectly? thanks.
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    sure thing dude... when i do <font face=arial> that works perfectly but if i did <font face=bradley hand ITC> or <font face=comic sans> it just won't work

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    Ah.

    Code:
    <font face="comic sans ms">
    Surround it with quotes and it should work fine as long as the font name is correct.

    Ideally, all attributes should be quoted, especially as the web is moving more and more towards XHTML instead of HTML.
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    Cheers

    Cheers mate, It worked. Very greatful



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