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I need to change the color of the case-sensitive word Status to blue, and the case-sensitive word Open to red.
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by:käµfm³d 👽
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Under what circumstances? Always? Then you need a style. Sometimes, if an event happens? Then you need Javascript. Please elaborate.
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Always would be the circumstance.  Under any condition.
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Big Monty earned 500 total points
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if you're text is structured like this,

Status: <span>Blue</span>
<br/><br/>
Status: <span>Red</span>

you could add the following classes to your css:

.statusBlue   {  color: blue;  }
.statusRed    {  color: red;    }

then change your markup to:

Status: <span class="statusBlue">Blue</span>
<br/><br/>
Status: <span class="statusRed">Red</span>
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