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This is not a FoxWeb-related issue, but rather simple HTML.  The best way to determine the problem is to look at the HTML source that is being served to the client.  It's possible that your page uses stylesheets, which in most cases take precedence over font tags specified in the HTML code.
 
One way to determine which version of FoxWeb you are running is to look in the License page of the FoxWeb Control Center.

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Sent by html_flunkie on 09/08/2005 11:14:16 AM:
My system indicates it has Verdana.TTF TrueType Font as well as a slew of many others(standard). I did what you said, and even tried others, but it makes no diff, except for that the size is affected when that is modified. I am running foxweb(2.0 I think), How do you determine the version when it's running as a service?
 
 
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 09/08/2005 10:48:16 AM:
Changing the face should work fine, as long as the specified font exists on the computer where the web browser is running.  For example, try the following:
 
html_out = html_out + '<font face="verdana" size="3">'
 
The content type HTTP header tells the browser that the content it is about to receive will be of type HTML.  This header is required for FoxWeb 1.X (or even for later versions if you are using html_out to send data to the browser).

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Sent by html_flunkie on 09/08/2005 10:22:15 AM:
I have a
scan
  html_out = html_out +results.customer_name
endscan
 
 and  right before the "scan" I have html_out = html_out + '<font face="Arial" size="3">' to modify the outputted records. If I change the size, it has an effect but changing the font face to anything else has no effect. Why?
 
 
Also can someone tell me what this line of code does?
html_out = "content-type: text/html" + CHR(10) + CHR(10)