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Illustration of Fonts and Colors

You can use as many fonts as appear on your word processor (or any other list under Fonts). You can use any color by its numbers. It's convenient to use the 15 pre-assigned color names that your browser already recognizes, so you don't have to know the number code. These 15 are shown below. Note that certain light colors for text are not easily visible with certain dark bgrs. Avoid those combinations. Note also that certain fonts (like Chicago shown here) are more visible.

The results you see here depend on size, which in this case is +1 for all. By varying size, you can better achieve a pleasing and visible text page.

Additonal methods for enhancing text visibility involve the use of space (double line vs. single between paragraphs), placement, and icons.

Face=Arial
Size=+1
bgcolor=white

aqua
black
fuchsia
gray
green
lime
maroon
navy
olive
purple
red
silver
teal
yellow
white
Face=Arial
Size=+1
bgcolor=black

aqua
black
fuchsia
gray
green
lime
maroon
navy
olive
purple
red
silver
teal
yellow
white
Face=Chicago
Size=+1
bgcolor=white

aqua
black
fuchsia
gray
green
lime
maroon
navy
olive
purple
red
silver
teal
yellow
white
Face=Chicago
Size=+1
bgcolor=black

aqua
black
fuchsia
gray
green
lime
maroon
navy
olive
purple
red
silver
teal
yellow
white
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