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Ryyo
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Hey all,

This may actually be an html question, but I am wondering why I get a carriage return when using <h1>... I have <h1> set to a different color and font size, and want to use it mixed in with other fonts. If this is not a capability of html, is there a way I can define custom variables in CSS, so I can have something that I can embed in text that will change it in a CSS defined fashion? Thanks for your input as always!

Ryyo

dJomp
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Of &lt;h1&gt; and carriage returns

You #can# change H1 to be in a paragraph, but since it's defined in HTML as a header it's probably best not.

Best bet is a span:

<style>
SPAN.name { font-color : red ; font-size : large; }
</style>

hello <span class="name"> red text </span> normal

You know you're a geek when you try to shoo a fly away from the monitor with your cursor.

Ryyo
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Of &lt;h1&gt; and carriage returns

Beautiful, that did it! Thanks!

Dude, that is one weird avatar. Laughing out loud