How do I change the color of my font on myspace? and in comments?

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How do you change the color of your font in myspace?
This is an easy question, but it can get complicated.

Before we actually start, lets pick a color. Keep that number ready.

Now…
When typing text in a comment or in just one field or table, and you only are concerned with that individual field, you can use this code:

<font color=”color_code”> YOUR TEXT HERE </font>

and to change the size also, use this:
<font color=”color_code” face=”font style” size=”number value from 1 to 7″> your text here </font>

If you want to change individual parts of your profile, everything is laid out very well in this guys guide on myspace
http://www.myspace.com/colorguide.

The most basic of what you want to create is:

td, a, body, table,p { color:XXXXX;}

put that in your profile and you will change the color of most of the text.

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How do I change my myspace background color?

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Heres another simple thing to do to pimp your myspace. Change the color of your myspace background…

To change your background color, copy and paste this text into the about me section of your profile
<style type=”text/css”>
body { background: ffffff;}
</style>

ffffff represents what color you are making the background. To get the code for the color that you want, you can check out this color chooser tool: http://www.profilehtml.com/tools/color-chooser.htm

Now, to put in an image as your background picture,
copy and paste this:

<style>
body {
background-image:url(http://XXXXXXXX);
background-repeat:no-repeat;
}
</style>

Where the XXXXXX is the location of the image you want to make your background. if you need help figuring out what that is, I have that on one of my other myspace posts.

If you want the picture to repeat on the page, insert this:
<style>
body {
background-image:url(http://XXXXXXXX);
}
</style>

If you want the background image fixed in place when you scroll down, use this:
<style>
body {
background-image:url(http://XXXXXXXX);
background-attachment:fixed;
}
</style>

You are now programming in CSS! it’s a start. In order to change your myspace profile, you must use CSS language. its not too tough, just do it in pieces, and remember every beginning should have an end.