The problem I have been running into is there seemed to be no easy way to set the default font size for a page. Using the built in formatting options, you can highlight all the text and then set the font. However, this does not actually set a global font, but instead wraps each piece of content with nasty
<font>tags. Then when you add some new text, it does not get wrapped and you end up with a mess.
Google Sites does actually allow you to edit the HTML directly, with some limitations. (This is how I found out about the nasty
<font>tags.) For example, you cannot use the style tag to add CSS to the page. However, you can use
style=""attributes to tags. So, to set the default font do the following.
- Edit the page and choose the HTML option to edit the page.
- At the top of the content add the following:
<div style="font-size: 11pt;">
- At the end of the content add
<div>statement, you can control the default font size for all the content between the