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<script language="JavaScript">
// FHS Tumblr Online Counter
var height = '56'; 
var fhs = document.createElement('script');var fhs_id = "5593850";
var ref = (''+document.referrer+'');var pn =  window.location;var w_h = window.screen.width + " x " + window.screen.height;
fhs.src = "//"+fhs_id+"&e1=Online User&e2=Online Users&r="+ref+"&wh="+w_h+"&a=1&pn="+pn+"&s=1&a=1&h=&h="+height+"";
document.head.appendChild(fhs);document.write("<span id='o_"+fhs_id+"'></span>");

What I have tried:

It change font size as you change size in html! Is it possible in script to change the font of the line and color?

document.getElementById("myP").style.fontSize = "small";
Updated 19-Apr-20 21:20pm

1 solution

You can define a CSS class with font parameters to be applied, and apply that class programmatically to corresponding element.
.custom {
   font-family: Consolas, Courier, monospace;
   font-size: small;

document.getElementById("myP").className = "custom";
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Mark Rene Jensen 20-Apr-20 19:01pm    
I tryed :) but the font is still big it must be something else wrong!
phil.o 20-Apr-20 19:28pm    
Check in the web console which styles are actually applied to the element. If several styles are applied, the last defined wins over previous ones.

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