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    Unhappy Background and colors

    I'm trying to fiqure out how to use a url for my background.
    Also where can I find a list of colors by number and what is the correct entry so they appear individually?

    Say I separated the word "you" and wanted each letter to be its own color; what is the proper entry for this in the body?

    Thanks in advance

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    Code:
    <font color="red">y</font>
    <font color="yellow">o</font>
    <font color="green">u</font>
    as for the other question:

    http://www.htmlgoodies.com/tutors/colors.html

    I think that's what you want.

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    Re: Background and colors

    usually we can check out the color chart and define the background color in the .css file of your site. it is easy



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