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ColdFusion How can I add highlighting or bold to query results?

Posted on 2013-05-12
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How can I add a yellow highlight or other indicator for a number that results in a query that is larger than another number?

Example:
Query results:

Quantity Ordered     Quantity Received
           10                             14   (bold or highlighted desired)
           11                             11
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RickEpnet earned 500 total points
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You can do something like this.

<cfset a = 7>
<cfset b = 6>
<cfoutput>
  <span style="color ##000000; background-color: <cfif a gt b>##FFFF00<cfelse>##FFFFFF</cfif>;">This is a TEST</span>  
</cfoutput>
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Thanks RickEpnet!
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