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I was editing my homepage, I wanted to try and use some HTML to make it interesting.

I made some text have color, and some big.
The big text shows up just fine, but, the clors I added in aren't showing up. I know I typed in the code right, becuse it's not showing the whole <color= thing.

Any suggestions?

You can look at my page if that will help.
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| June 22, 2012, 11:01 pm
Quoting Ben Indy
I was editing my homepage, I wanted to try and use some HTML to make it interesting.

I made some text have color, and some big.
The big text shows up just fine, but, the clors I added in aren't showing up. I know I typed in the code right, becuse it's not showing the whole <color= thing.

Any suggestions?

You can look at my page if that will help.
The HTML code is <font color= any color you choose> Blahblah blah text</font> I hope this helps! God Bless ~ David.

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| June 23, 2012, 12:09 am
Quoting David .
Quoting Ben Indy
I was editing my homepage, I wanted to try and use some HTML to make it interesting.

I made some text have color, and some big.
The big text shows up just fine, but, the clors I added in aren't showing up. I know I typed in the code right, becuse it's not showing the whole <color= thing.

Any suggestions?

You can look at my page if that will help.
The HTML code is <font color= any color you choose> Blahblah blah text</font> I hope this helps! God Bless ~ David.

Already tried that, but thanks anyway!
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| June 23, 2012, 12:44 am
Quoting Ben Indy
I was editing my homepage, I wanted to try and use some HTML to make it interesting.

I made some text have color, and some big.
The big text shows up just fine, but, the clors I added in aren't showing up. I know I typed in the code right, becuse it's not showing the whole <color= thing.

Any suggestions?

You can look at my page if that will help.


Your page is currently using: <fontcolor=blue>

There should be a space before color, and you should end the font element at the end of the text, like this:

<font color=blue>My blue text</font>

A better way is to use the more modern CSS technique for colors and font sizes:

<div style="color:blue;">My blue text</div>
<div style="font-size:150%;">My large text</div>

Replace div with span to modify part of the text contained within a sentence:

Here is <span style="color:red;">some red</span> text.

Using this technique opens up a much larger array of possibilities for styling a <div> or <span>.


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| June 23, 2012, 9:23 am
Quoting cosmicxanadu 2012

Your page is currently using: <fontcolor=blue>

There should be a space before color, and you should end the font element at the end of the text, like this:

<font color=blue>My blue text</font>

A better way is to use the more modern CSS technique for colors and font sizes:

<div style="color:blue;">My blue text</div>
<div style="font-size:150%;">My large text</div>

Replace div with span to modify part of the text contained within a sentence:

Here is <span style="color:red;">some red</span> text.

Using this technique opens up a much larger array of possibilities for styling a <div> or <span>.


Thanks!
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| June 23, 2012, 9:43 pm
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