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Adding COLOR to your posts

The COLOR Codes

RED

BLUE

GREEN

YELLOW

PURPLE

AQUA

DARKGREEN

BROWN

FUCHSIA

NAVY

OLIVE

MAROON

PINK

TEAL

LIME

ORANGE

DARKBLUE

LIGHTBLUE

LIGHTGREEN

DOOLISH

BLACK

SILVER

GRAY

AWFAN

You can change the color of text in your notes by embedding HTML codes "around" the text. Use "cut and paste" to copy the sample codes, below, into your notes.

Remember -- Less Is More! A little color can add emphasis and fun to your notes, but too much can be confusing to the reader's eye.

To use colors in your messages, you can cut-and-paste, or type in, TWO codes "around" the text that you want to be in color. The first code starts the color, and the second code ends the color. It is very important that you use both the start and the end codes.

Here is the start code:  <FONT COLOR="Color Code">

and this is the end code:  </FONT>

You replace the words 'color code' with one of the color names from the chart above. For example, if you wanted to but color emphasis on "I'm feeling blue...", you would type this into the message space for your note:

I'm <font color="blue">feeling blue</font>

and it will come out looking like,  "I'm feeling blue"   after you post the note. (NOTE: the colors will not show when you enter them into your note -- they will only show when you "preview" or "post" the note.

 
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