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How do you make text highlighted(for lack of a better term). Take your mouse and scroll over some text on a webpage, notice how the text gets blocked off... is there a way i can get the text on my page to look like that permanantly. is there a way? if so what would be the code.
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by:sybe
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You mean giving some words a different color ??

<font color="#00FFFF">this is another color permanently</font>



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I think the correct term for this is "inverted". You can do this like that:

<TABLE><TR><TD BGCOLOR="blue"><FONT COLOR="white">Your text goes here</FONT></TD></TR></TABLE>

However this won't work with all browsers, especially not with older ones.
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by:Skadfather
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Thank you so much, i have been trying to figure it out for a couple weeks now. thanx. if you want to see what it's going to look like on my page it should be up soon.

the address is:
www.members.tripod.com/~godfatherj
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by:MasseyM
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You could also use Cascading Style Sheets... here is the sample code

This has no background <A STYLE="bgcolor:red">This has a red background</A> nor does this...

This works in all 4.x browsers and may work in 3.x... Thought I would let you know.
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