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Controlling Fonts > Controlling Font Sizes - Pg. 150

SATURDAY AFTERNOON Dressing Up Your Pages 145 Using Graphic Rules A graphic rule is actually just an inline image shaped in the form of a rule. The main disadvantage is that a graphic rule consumes considerably more bytes than a horizontal rule (although you can use the same graphic rule several times without taking up any additional bytes). In your text editor, scroll down to the "Egg Sizes" level-two heading and insert the following graphic rule above it (see Figure 4.28): <p align="center"><img src="bar_gold.jpg" width="550" height="10"></p> <h2><a name="sizes"></a><font color="#336699" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">Egg Sizes</font></h2>