Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Change the Browser Font to Italics

Although most users choose not to enable the option, all modern Web browsers allow you to select an alternate default font that overwrites the font settings of any Web page you visit. Unfortunately, while all browsers allow you to choose a specific font, most do not allow you to apply an italic style to your selected type face. 
If you use the Google Chrome Web browser, changing your browser font to italics is a quick process.

This article will help you to change the browser font to itallics.

Change the Browser Font to Italics in Google Chrome
  1. Open a Google Chrome browser window.
  2. Click the wrench icon in the top-right corner of the screen and select "Options."
  3. Select the "Under the Hood" tab, scroll down the list of options, and click the "Change font and language settings" button.
  4. Click the "Change" button located to the right of a listed font. Select "Italic" and click "OK." Repeat the process for each font you want to appear in italics.
  5. Click "OK" and then "Close" to confirm your changes.