Use CSS to set your font/colour values for your website. If you use an external stylesheet, change values site-wide by changing one value in your stylesheet. Code can be placed on your webpage, which will set the style of that page only - or save your code in a file which you can link to from whichever page you choose.
Choose an element if you wish to style all instances of that element
body - sets the style for the body
p - formats all text between <p> </p> tags
td - formats text/properties of all <td> cells
Enter a 'name' instead if you wish to have different 'classes' to use for different elements
Say you called one class 'test'. Wherever you wanted something formatted with the 'test' properties, use the 'test' class:
Enter a 'name' and choose an element if you wish to have different 'classes' of the same element.
Say you chose 'p' and called one class 'red'. Wherever you wanted the <p> tag formatted with the 'red' properties, use <p class="red">. Choose a 'blue' class with the 'p' element, and you can also use <p class="blue"> wherever you want the 'blue' properties used within a <p> tag.
Choose properties for each class/element
Click 'add' only once for each one. Your code will be added to the text area at the bottom of the page
Click 'reset' between each class to reset the form and start again
When you've finished, choose whether you wish to have an external stylesheet created for you, or the code to paste into your individual pages
If you choose the external stylesheet, on the following page will be a download button. Change the name of the file to save from 'code.cgi' to 'style.css' and save it. Upload it to your website and use the link provided on the following page to use it on your webpages.
If you choose the internal stylesheet, copy and paste the generated code between the <head> </head> tags of each webpage you wish to use it on.