Change Color Of Text On Myspace
Figuring out how to change the color of text on Myspace 2.0 can prove to be difficult if you’re not familiar with basic coding. Simple tags can change the whole look of your Myspace page and make it stand out from the others.
- Your ‘about you’ section is generally where all coding is now housed in Myspace 2.0. If you’re making your own theme then it should be blank. The easiest way to change color is by using HTML tags. The color changing tag is <font color=“”></font>. In between the quotation marks you put the color.
- When it comes to colors you can use basic color names like: red, blue, green, orange, black, white etc. You also have the option of using hex color codes. Hex color codes are an array of numbers that are appointed to certain colors. For example the hex code ‘000000’ is assigned to the color black. While on the other side of that ‘FFFFFF’ is assigned to white. Using hex codes give you much more chance to experience with different shades of color, while using the basic color names limits you. Remember that hex color codes always have six numbers. Otherwise the font color changing tag wont work.
- You can use a color wheel to find hex color codes. Once you find the color you want the code should look like this: <font color=“000000”></font>. This is the correct formant to change the color of text.
Put the text that you want changed inside the tag: <font color=“000000”>put your text here</font>. Always make sure that you have the tag closed with the end tag </font> otherwise it wont work and could possibly screw up your other font colors. Changing your font colors is simple even for those who are just starting out with HTML. After you get the hang of Myspace you may be able to use CSS to change your font color.