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Thanks for the tips but I am trying to make my life easier<grin>I can open the html and add all that stuff but I mostly use NVU and it can change the size but not the color....I like the easy way-I guess I am a wimp as I love WYSIWYG editors!! Allen-you have a cig in your ear!!
Yey mouser that is correct-I use colorcop though....
Lets say I have a page or create one with a horizontal rule(line) - I can edit the size with NVU or a few other applications but none allow you to change the color-you need to view the source and add #f00000 or whatever-some program that would open an html document and see the then give you a dropdown menu that would have some predefined colors the just click on and then the line color would be whatever you chose,you see??
Hi-if one opens up an html page that has a horizontal line to change the color you have to add a hex value(color) it would be cool to have an application that would open a html page and see the lines ( ) then have a dropdown menu so one could pick a color to change it to.....most WYSIWYG editors dont have this feature...
It is hard to do-would be nice to have an application that you could open a html page and it would find the lines and allow one to change the color easily rather than searching for <hr then adding a hex code,you see? Cheers