This feature is obsolete. Although it may still work in some browsers, its use is discouraged since it could be removed at any time. Try to avoid using it.
HTMLFontElement.size property is a
DOMString that reflects the
size HTML attribute. It contains either an integer number in the range of 1-7 or a relative value to increase/decrease the value of the
size attribute of the
The format of the string must follow one of the following HTML microsyntaxes:
|Valid size number string||integer number in the range of 1-7||
|Relative size string||+x or -x, where x is the number relative to the value of the
(the result should be in the same range of 1-7)
sizeString = fontObj.size;
fontObj.size = sizeString;
// Assumes there is <font id="f"> element in the HTML var f = document.getElementById("f"); f.size = "6";
- The <font> tag is not supported in HTML5 and as a result neither is
HTMLFontElementinterface it belongs to.