How to make a link bolder like in html anchor text.

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How to make a link bolder like in this html??
Test I want Text about medium Georgia or Roman
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How to make a link bolder like in this html??
Test I want Text about medium Georgia or Roman


Test I want Text about medium Georgia or Roman
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Hi Gert,

If you are using the Text Widget for adding your text, there is a tool-box which offers the ability to bold or style your text in a number of ways including Font and colour.

The Toolbox appears at the top of your content.
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Hi No problem in text widget Gop only in html.
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Hi Gert

If you're not working with the Text Widget, but with the HTML Widget, you can bold text by adding <b> and </b> around it.
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Output of the code following:Test

<a name="Test" > </a> <a href="# Test"><font face="Georgia" size="5"><b><i>Test</i></b></font>

Browsers still support the font tag but it is not supported in HTML 5 which means that it will probably stop working at some point in the future as browsers become more HTML5 compliant.

Font size doesn't work on this forum but should work on your site and can be a number from 1 to 7.

Font face also won't render on this forum but will do so on your page. Make sure you stick with the commonly used font faces otherwise you may get into a situation where a user doesn't have the font installed on their computer. There are solutions but they are not automatic at this stage.
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Thanks Gop but I would like to know what the meaning of the (i) and (/i) could I change it with (r) (/r) I've have done that and I've got a nice display (Wild guess that r is roman. lol < and > remove, brackets in it's place.
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Here's a review and reference sheet on formatting tags for text: http://www.simplehtmlguide.com/text.php
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Thanks
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Gert

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Thanks Gop
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<a href="index.php" style="font-weight:700; font-size:24px;">Here is the link</a>

This is using in-line styling with HTML. Change the index.php to the address you want; the font-weight can be from 100 to 900 in steps of 100; and font size can be as big as you like.
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Thanks Philip