How To Make Text Bigger On Myspace
Learning how to make text bigger on MySpace pages can help alleviate eyestrain. MySpace, Twitter and Facebook are all leading social networking sites. The MySpace website allows users to create elaborate personal profiles. Customization is one of the key features of MySpace. Very few websites offer such levels of customization on individual profile pages. MySpace allows its users to inject page codes to make their profiles attractive and eye catching. The problem with customization occurs when users make their pages difficult to read with small default font settings. Here are the steps you need to take in order to make text bigger on MySpace.
- Go to the MySpace website, linked below. You will first need to open your web browser on your computer. Use your web browser to navigate to MySpace by inserting the the URL found below.
- Log in to your unique MySpace account. You will need your username and password in order to log in to your MySpace user account. If you do not remember your password, you can initiate a password reset request through email.
- Locate the text which you wish to enlarge on MySpace. Physically go to the area on the page where you want to enter the text and have it appear larger. A partial enlargement of selected text is a good way to emphasize certain selected text. Modify the code to change the font size of the text on the MySpace page. Type <big> at the beginning of the text and </big> at the end of the text. For example, if you want to type “Hello World” in big text, you need to type <big>Hello World</big>. If you have a specific font size (ranges from one to eight, smallest to largest) in mind, you need to type <font size=”+NUMBER”> in the beginning of the text and </font> at the end of the text. For example, if you want to type “Hello World” in font size seven, you would need to type <font size=”+7”>Hello World</font>.
Now that you have learned how to make the text size larger on your MySpace page layout, you can customize your MySpace profile to use bigger texts on your page.