If you are wondering why I varied the size of the text in the previous post, the answer is that I didn’t. The text all looked the same size in Qumana’s editor. I could post-edit it, of course, but that would be missing the point. It’s best to leave it as it came out so people can see, even if it makes me feel mildly unwell.
I usually use Verdana as my font. I used to set the size to 8pt but recently increased it to 9pt. I find that slightly more pleasant to read. Maybe I need new spectacles.
The nearest to Verdana that Qumana has to offer is Arial. If, like me, you have looked at a lot of editors (including WordPress’s built-in one), even that is something of a triumph as many of them don’t give you any choice at all (without recourse to doctoring the HTML). Why not?
The picture is just to show how you can arrange images with HTML – click on it to see a larger version. Whether you like the way I do it isn’t the point. The point is that you can do it.