To change the font of the text we use...
... you guessed it. The <font> tag. As with most tags, the font tag has what I call subtags. They are little parameters that allow you to change something in that specific tag.
The font tag has many "subtags". Here are a couple common ones:
color - Allows you to change the color of the text. You can use regular words for colors (red, blue, etc) or you can use hexidecimal colors (#FF8CE3)
size - Changes the size of the font. You can use standard font size numbers, or you can say that you want it 3 font sizes bigger than the current font by typing +3.
The proper syntax is as follows <font color="red" size="+2"></font>. Subtags may be switched around in the tag. This would also be correct <font size="+2" color="red"></font> and would do exactly the same as the first one.
Lets put some font into our code.
<title>This is the title of the page</title>
<font size="+2" color="red">This will be on the second line and will be bigger and red.</font><br>
<font color="blue">This will be on the 5th line and blue.</font>