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Susan B
29-08-2002, 09:45 PM
Colorizing your Web Pages

How would you like to have the text on your web page really
stand out? One way to do this is to add some colorization.
Let's say you'd like your text to start out yellow and then
slowly change to a shade of blue by the end of the
sentence.

An easy way to generate code to colorize your text is to
visit the TextColorizer page. All you have to do is type in
your text and select the color range and font size. The
page will generate the code that you can use in your web
page. All you have to do is paste it in.

TextColorizer is at the Chamisplace (http://www.chamisplace.com/tc/) site.


Today's Download: mp3DirectCut

Do you work with MP3 files? If so, you could use a freeware
tool that allows you to cut, split, and copy MP3 files
without first decompressing them. This not only saves some
disk space, but also prevents the inevitable loss of
quality that occurs when you decompress and then recompress
MP3 files.

Click here (http://www.rz.uni-frankfurt.de/~pesch/) to download.

Iris
30-08-2002, 07:55 AM
Sounds interesting. Will take a visit later.

Would the first one help me put colour into my messages for F1? Have noticed some have different colours and I can't work out how they do it? Bet you will have a simple answer as usual Susan from the Thunderdome.

Lovely and sunny here today and yes I must admit we don't really know what cold means.

Iris

wuppo
30-08-2002, 08:02 AM
Iris,
The 'forwarding' carets are responsible for the colour..
Spot the difference
>Spot the difference
>>Spot the difference
>>>Spot the difference
>>>>Spot the difference
>>>>>Spot the difference
...ad nauseaum

Iris
30-08-2002, 02:25 PM
> Iris,
> The 'forwarding' carets are responsible for the
> colour..
> Spot the difference
> >Spot the difference
> >>Spot the difference
> >>>Spot the difference
> >>>>Spot the difference
> >>>>>Spot the difference
> ...ad nauseaum


Aah!!!!!!! Tiny light bulb has just gone on :D

Thanks

Iris