You used a Really Cool Background on Your Sing Snap Recording

Now when folks give you comments, you can't read them because the Font Color clashes with the background

What Do You Do?

Let's Make This Nice & Simple

Simply Edit your Recording
insert the following code into Your Comments box


This code is all you need to remember:
<font face="Georgia" size="4" color="#FFFF33"><b>

YOU Change only what is inside the "QUOTES"
  • You pick the "FONT"
  • You pick the "SIZE"
  • You pick the "COLOR"
Colors consist of 6 digits and can be found on this Color Chart
http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_colornames.asp


insert the code into Your Comments box - UPDATE RECORDING INFORMATION:


Comment Box


Colors consist of 6 digits and can be found on this Color Chart
http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_colornames.asp


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OR

Forcing only a particular Color to all of your Comments on Your Recording
Simply add this Font Color Code at the Very Beginning
<font color="#000000">
or if you also want comments to be in BOLD, include <b> as well
<font color="#000000"><b>


Colors consist of 6 digits and can be found on this Color Chart
http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_colornames.asp


Font Color - Comment Box

Colors consist of 6 digits and can be found on this Color Chart
http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_colornames.asp




Can it get Any easier than That?

Question: What if I use a css style sheet that someone created for me?

Answer: You MUST use the font code AFTER your css style code. Otherwise, the css style will supersede your font code.
AND, if you use a background code along with a css style sheet code,
your background code MUST also be pasted AFTER the css style sheet code.


Question: I don't use a css style sheet....
How can I get rid of the white box around my recording information and where folks comment?


Answer: Try this code and see what you think of it