Test 2
The code that you are entering there is invalid (for several reasons)....

First you are referencing a class definition that does not exist (so it will do nothing to change the font in that span).

Secondly you are commenting out the H1 tag which instructs the visitors web browser to ignore the code.

Third, you can not utilize {} brackets to define the font-size as an inline CSS.

To correct your example the proper inline CSS coding would be:

RED WINE

Cabernet Sauvignon

Personally though, I wouldn't use the percentage method to define the size... it is too unpredictable from web browser type to web browser type (it might look good in your web browser, but could be haywire in someone elses). AND it would be preferable to use

for the sub-heading for an item which is a subset of a larger heading... Therefore my recommendation would be to use this instead of what is above:

RED WINE

Cabernet Sauvignon

You can of course adjust the "pt" size to obtain your desired result with regard to the exact size of the rendered font.

Please let us know if you have any further questions. Thank you for using WebSpawner.com

Regards,

Art

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1) Text Size

2) Text Size

3) Text Size

4) Text Size

5) Text Size

6) Text Size

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RED WINE

Cabernet Sauvignon


 

 

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