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Punctuation Color Change....


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I'm VERY new to CSS. I've only started using it since I started working on Myspace. When I first generated a CSS code it had a different font color for punctuation. This was really nice because it made reading a lot of text easy. Recently I generated a new CSS code to add some new stuff and the puntuation color change is gone.Does anybody know what this CSS code is that I lost in the change?Any help would be appreciated. :) AC

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post your code then we can see what went wrong :)

<style type="text/css"> table, td { background-color:transparent; border:none; border-width:0;} body { background-color: 000000; .r{} scrollbar-face-color:C0C0C0; scrollbar-highlight-color:9932CC; scrollbar-3dlight-color:9932CC; scrollbar-shadow-color:9932CC; scrollbar-darkshadow-color:9932CC; scrollbar-arrow-color:9932CC; scrollbar-track-color:00FFFF; } table, tr, td{background-color:transparent;border:0px;padding:2} body{background-color:000000; } .r{} table table table {border:3px double; border-color:00FFFF; padding:1; background-color:C0C0C0; } table table{border:0px} table table table table{border:0px} .r{} font, td, a, body, input, textarea, table{color:;font-family:tahoma;} body, td, li, p, div, textarea, li, h1, h2, p, br {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 10pt; color: 000000; font-weight: bold; } .btext {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 14pt; color: 9932CC; font-weight: bold; } .blacktext10 {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 14pt; color: 9932CC; font-weight: bold; } .blacktext12 {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 14pt; color: 9932CC; font-weight: bold; } .lightbluetext8 {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 14pt; color: 9932CC; font-weight: bold; } .nametext {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 28pt; color: 9932CC; font-weight: bold; } .orangetext15 {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 14pt; color: 9932CC; font-weight: bold; } .redtext {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 18pt; color: 9932CC; font-weight: bold; }.redlink {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 12pt; color: 0000FF; font-weight: bold; }.redbtext {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 18pt; color: 9932CC; font-weight: bold; }.text {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 10pt; color: 000000; font-weight: bold; } .whitetext12 {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 14pt; color: 9932CC; font-weight: bold; } .r{} a:link, a.man:link, a.navbar:link, a.text:link {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 8pt; color: 9932CC; } a:hover, a.man:hover, a.navbar:hover, a.text:hover{font-family: tahoma; font-size: 8pt; color: 9932CC; } a:visited, a.man:visited, a.navbar:visited, a.text:visited {font-family: tahoma; font-size: 8pt; color: 9932CC; } .r{} .blacktext12 {visibility:hidden; display:none;}</style>

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On myspace, they replace any /* comments you make */ with .r{}It's really annoying and I don't know why they do that, but if that's what you're talking about (the comments) there's not much you can do about it.It's really annoying, I had a copyright in mine like /* I hand-coded this CSS, don't take this CSS */Then when I went back and looked, it was changed to .r{} (the whole thing was gone)Myspace is annoying like that

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I'm not asking the question right I guess. My problem isn't with the code. I get the code generated by a myspace editor, because I know very little so far about the main themes of CSS. I'm learning the little stuff as I go. The 1st time I generated a CSS code for Myspace and used it Punctuation in the text on the Myspace page was a different color than the rest of the text. For example....John wanted to go fishing, but he had no bait. Later.... John found some bait, but it's too late in the evening to go fishing. John yells AAAAHHHH!!!!Notice how the Punctuation is a different color?I didn't do it manually. Something in the 1st CSS code I generated caused it. The 2nd code I generated(which I posted in my previous post) somehow lost the Punctuation color change.Hopefully this explained it better.AC

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