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    hey sunshine, where are ya headed in June?

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    As you will notice, I am learning HTML.
    At the moment I'm working on how to use colors.

    In my sig before the Member I want the dots to be not seen. And Every other thread is a slightly different color. You see the dots here and there. How do ya get such dots invisable? to any color?(I'm using a color picker to try to match colors) How do you match more than one at a time? here is what i typed without the <> so you can see what I just tried
    first this
    font color=eeeeee >.............</font
    worked on one
    then this
    font color = eieieie>.............</font
    worked on other one

    then this
    font color=eeeeee = eieieie>.............</font

    K if I even explained it right????

    What do I do?

    and I want it in a smaller area, is that a table and which tabs?

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    <marquee><marquee><font face=beachtype size=4 color= blue> TweakTown </font></marquee><br><marquee><font color=red face=beachtype size=2>Member</font></marquee></marquee>

    Maybe this....

    Nevermind I got it,
    Even though I got it for here, how would you do it for a place that has alot of colors?





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    Try hex colour codes. {color="#00CC66"} ;)


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    K here lets see
    <marquee><marquee><font face=beachtype size=4 color= blue> TweakTown </font></marquee><br><marquee><font color="#00CC66">....................</font><face=beachtype size=2>Member</font><font color="#00CC66">....................</font></marquee></marquee>

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    SEE...................................
    If I used my 1st PAGE I could have seen what I did wrong, But NO I hada go NOTE PAD And it wasnt correct.............
    But I guess I should say Thank You for whitnessing growth from a <font face=Gaze color=magenta size=6>TwizlZone</font>

    And the Preview post!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111:cheers:

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    What is the purpose of the dots TwizlZone?
    If you are using them as a spacer, then I have 2 suggestions.

    1.) the use of the illustrious 1x1.gif set as a transparent.
    2.) or the better choice in this case perhaps, the use of an Ampersand command. In this case you would use the non-breaking space command ......  

    the effect would be to produce a space with each instance of the ampersand command -- it can be repeated as often as neccesary to produce the desired spacing.
    No < or > are required for ampersand commands.

    But I'm just shooting in the dark here, so if that isn't the purpose of the periods - just let me know and I'll see if I can offer any assistance.
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. C


    But I'm just shooting in the dark here, so if that isn't the purpose of the periods - just let me know and I'll see if I can offer any assistance.

    Exactly what I wanted, Oh thank you.... Now I know what that thingy &nbsp is ....&nbsp or (&nbsp)


    Experement::::: this is?1x1.gif
    (1x1.gif )<1x1.gif >
    <img src=1.gif .gif >

    Now I will learn this with my 1st page...offline

    Thanks MR.C for helping prove my point!!!! Note pad is cool, but 1st page takes notepad places!

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    Actually, a 1x1.gif is an image file that is used to create space - often used to create a border, then you can fill in the border with an image. In that way you can define the border size precisely.

    I made my own 1x1.gif - using MS Paint, then I used an old-and-now-difficult-to-find program called GIFfy to set it as a transparent.

    Ampersands are amazingly useful.
    They consist of an & and a set of defined letters followed by a semicolon to produce a desired result.
    such as;

    40° the ° is created by using the command °

    TweakTown® the ® is from using ®

    heres a little list of them for you;
    http://www.htmlgoodies.com/tutors/&command.html

    I have 1 comment to add at this time.
    You may want to consider using a more familiar font, as in your sig. You are using "beachtype" font, any computer this font is not installed on (such as mine for instance) will simply display a default Windows font.
    In other words your sig looks particularly appealing to you, but I'm not getting that effect - if you see what I mean:?:

    There are ways to force a font by installing it through a webpage -- but I abhor the practice, and really would not like to describe that at this time.
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwizlZone
    Exactly what I wanted, Oh thank you.... Now I know what that thingy &nbsp is ....&nbsp or (&nbsp)

    Point proven !! and I learned it online!!!!!!

    I see just by the threads what that means

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