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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by sharky, Feb 5, 2005.

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  1. sharky

    sharky Thread Starter

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    HOW DO I place the following in blue type letters:

    test

    when the rest of a web site's is black type




    (this is the color i would like to useCOLOR="#FF0000")
     
  2. rebelmusic

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    <font color="#FF0000">test</font>
     
  3. sharky

    sharky Thread Starter

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    thanks!
     
  4. Rockn

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    FF0000 = Red not blue
     
  5. bassetman

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    You can just use the word "blue" too!
     
  6. rebelmusic

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    or #0000FF is a nice blue
     
  7. sharky

    sharky Thread Starter

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    If i wanted to place the following 3 sentences side by side
    on a web page, what would be the code. And like <hr> draws
    a line hortizonally on a web page, how could a line be drawn
    vertically to separate these 3 sentences. *thanksahead of time


    THE DAY IS YOUNG AND
    BRIGHT
    _____________________

    THE DAY NEARS DUSK AND
    GETTING DARK

    ______________________

    NIGHT HAS ARRIVED AND
    IT IS DARK
     
  8. rebelmusic

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    Here You Go:

    <TABLE WIDTH="784" CELLPADDING="0" CELLSPACING="5" BORDER="0">
    <TR>
    <TD width="254"><center>
    THE DAY IS YOUNG AND <br>
    BRIGHT
    </center></TD>
    <TD WIDTH="1" BGCOLOR="#000000"><IMG SRC="images/blank.gif" WIDTH="1"
    HEIGHT="1"></TD>
    <TD width="221"><center>
    THE DAY NEARS DUSK AND<br>
    GETTING DARK
    </center></TD>
    <TD WIDTH="1" BGCOLOR="#000000"><IMG SRC="images/blank.gif" WIDTH="1"
    HEIGHT="1"></TD>
    <TD width="264"><center>
    NIGHT HAS ARRIVED AND <br>
    IT IS DARK
    </center></TD>
    </TR>
    </TABLE>

    It makes a cell with a black background appear as a thin line
     
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