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Hi, I am doing then w3schools HTML Tutorial. I am using Mac Textedit. The text shows OK in Safari but it won't show the color. Here is the line of code: <h1 style=“color:red”>Followed by a smaller heading</h1> This shows as an H1 (very large text) but won't show the red color. Here are my Textedit settings: New Document: Plain text Open and Save: Display HTML files as HTML code instead of formatted text Document type HTML 4.01 Strict Styling (I've tried all 3 options to no avail) Encoding Unicode (UTF-8) There is no Document type option for HTML5. What do I need to do to get this working? Entire index file attached Thanks, Rick index.html
hello i have a problem i just want to run a simple php code, it use to work but i think once i updated to Yosemite something changed im not sure. So i want to create a php code that links with a database, but right now im doing a test code and i get nothing. I use XAMPP and i turned everything on and i used netbeans and set a php file hit run and i get "Object Not Found!" what is there i need to do? I know in XAMPP there PHP extension that can be turned on but when i use terminal to enter the code lines i get command not found. I need help please i just want to run right now this code:
I have this really annoying problem with my webfont having different natural spacing on my Mac compared to the PC.Here's the difference: MAC: PC: As you can see the natural spacing is beneath the text on Mac and above on PC. The problem is cross browser. I've tried all kinds of css tweaking including line-height, padding, height of div; but as you can see the problem is apparently not in the css but in the font rendering itself.Anyone with a clue about this?Thanks!