<font>, <i>, or
<b>. The difficult part is doing so in multiple browsers simultaneously. Every rendering engine has its own unique interpretation of the CSS standards, and the availability of multiple
DOCTYPEs (mentioned in Chapter 13) compounds the problem somewhat by changing the rules depending on what level of standards compliance are to be used. Few web developers, no matter how experienced, are able to apply CSS to a document without continuous testing in multiple browsers, although usually if things look right in Internet Explorer and Firefox, they will look good in WebKit (Safari) and Opera.
style objects. I'll talk about inline styles and what you can do with those. I'll also discuss computed ...