Greetings fellow RR HTML'ers; Most people probably know this but I have been visiting a number of railroad web sites today and it is obvious that there are some that do not know ... Don't use a font on your web site that the majority of people don't have. You can have the coolest font that you want to do your site in but if the users don't have that font on their computer, they won't see it as you intended. The font doesn't magically travel out with the HTML to the user. This site (TrainBoard) uses Verdana fonts with a backup of Arial. Most people have these fonts as well as Times New Roman, etc. FONT SIZE="2" FACE="Verdana, Arial" is a good way to do it. I saw a couple of sites today that looked weird and I looked at the HTML and the font was actually some font that I had never heard of. I'm sure it looked cool but I couldn't see it. People can not see the font that your brother-in-law designed or #591462 on the "1 million cool fonts" CD that you got at Wal-Mart unless it already resides on their computer. Charlie ------------------ Ship It On The FRISCO!