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Hi,
In this page below, how can I specifically put different color in different area?
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/40211031/Default2.aspx
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You have tried a few different approaches to using background colours, but they aren't quite right.

Firstly, ForeColor is not an attribute of the TD tag-

<td align="right" ForeColor="#0A2757"> should be
<td align="right" bgcolor="#0A2757">, or better still
<td align="right" style="background-color:#0A2757;">

Background-color needs to be included in the style attribute -

<div id="Dv1" style="text-align:left" background-color:1BA8E0> should be
<div id="Dv1" style="text-align:left;background-color:#1BA8E0;">

Note that I have ended each CSS attribute with a semi-colon.
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