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How do I change Navbar text color? - 10/03/2007
I webmaster a page about a fictional rock band at (all content is clean)

http://www.cassietherockvixen.furtopia.org/

The webring navbar is at the bottom of the page. How do I change the text color to the same shades of blue & orange as the link & non-link text on the rest of the page or at least to something that'll show against the black background?




Replied - 10/04/2007
The only way to do it is to insert the Navbar into Frames provided by the actual site!
(I can't print gt and lt, I shall print - instead!)

-table--tr--td bgCOLOR="#FFFF77"-
(navbar provided by Webring)
-td--tr--/table-

that will do it!




Replied - 10/08/2007
clownnein wrote:
The only way to do it is to insert the Navbar into Frames provided by the actual site!
(I can't print gt and lt, I shall print - instead!)
-table--tr--td bgCOLOR="#FFFF77"-
(navbar provided by Webring)
-td--tr--/table-

I put it in exactly as shown, but it had no effect and doesn't look right at all. The -table--tr--td bgCOLOR="#FFFF77"- and -td--tr--/table- even shows on the page as if it's regular text. What am I doing wrong?

http://www.cassietherockvixen.furtopia.org/




Replied - 10/09/2007
it should read < table> etcetera
but as the "gt" and "lt" won't reproduce with the forum, david used - instead!

If you don't like the yellow color produced by the FFFF77 you can vary it!

< table>< tr>< td>
navbar
< /td>< /tr>< /table>

omit the space following each > !!!

Peter B



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