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The <tt>font</tt> element has been deprecated in HTML 4 and XHTML for *12 years*, and does not exist in HTML5. In APEX the presentational aspects of an application are controlled using a combination of (X)HTML and CSS via themes and templates. You're advised to become familiar with these to make best use of APEX.
It's next to impossible to make any recommendation about controlling UI and visual appearance in the absence of information about the themes and templates in use. When asking such questions, it's always necessary to include:
- Full APEX version
- Web server architecture (EPG, OHS or APEX listener)
- Browser(s)/version(s) used
- Theme used
- Templates used
- Region/Report type
Font size issues are usually due to the long standing problem of the use of the universal selector in APEX theme CSS. For a one-off adjustment to a region title, you could try an inline <tt>style</tt> wrapped round the text using the <tt>font-size</tt> CSS property:
If this <tt>font</tt> nonsense is coming from the HTML Editor Standard component then I'd dump it and find a standards-compliant replacement.
<h1 style="font-size: x-large;">Region Title</h1>
Thanks for Reply...
- Full APEX version ==> Application Express 3.1.1.00.09
- Web server architecture (EPG, OHS or APEX listener) ==> OHS
- Browser(s)/version(s) used ==> IE8
- Theme used ==> Simple Theme
- Templates used ==> page Template: No Tabs
- Region/Report type ==> Reports Region/SQL Query
These column values are inputed by client user using HTML Editor. So I think these input are meaningful... I just wonder why I can use the HTML Editor to input text and set the font size, why there is no easy way to show the formated text as client user input...
Edited by: jerrywu on Jun 20, 2011 4:00 PM