Using Color!  

rm_lickmepretty 50F
276 posts
11/20/2005 4:52 pm

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Using Color!

This post is also listed on my newly created group site Blog Cafe.

Using Color!

Look inside for a color chart and the explanation of how to import color into your blogs and comments.

(peek inside please)



Sweetest_Sin_Jes 36F

11/20/2005 5:51 pm

Thank you so very much for assisting with color! I use it all the time, but I always struggle to find the right one to go with my pics! Your setup is very user friendly!

Thanks again!

Jess


rm_lickmepretty 50F
851 posts
11/20/2005 7:41 pm

Thanks Sweetest Sin Jes:

I like playing with color as well, but for some unknown reason most color listings are merely in an alphabetical format.

So I took the time to sort them out into a color palette.

Thanks for stopping in.


rm_lickmepretty 50F
851 posts
11/20/2005 9:14 pm

Using Color!

Using Color!

A note to those of you who spell english words "funny"--like theatre, and COLOUR for example:

YOU MUST SPELL THE WORD COLOR as such:

COLOR

To put some of your text in red, you:

use the left bracket- [
followed by the words- color red
then followed by the right bracket- ]

then you type the text you wish to have in the color red....

then you use the left bracket again- [
followed by the backslash and the word color- /color

follow that up with the right bracket- ]

It will look like this example EXCEPT the space after the first bracket and before the last bracket must be removed in order for it to work.

[ color red ] My Blog Text That I Wish To Be In Red [ /color ]

shows up looking like:

My Blog Text That I Wish To Be In Red

Following is a list of the names of the colors that work on A F F/ Passion.

BLOG COLORS

Testing Colors:

(peach, salmon, orange, and reds)

lightsalmon
coral
darksalmon
lightcoral
salmon
tomato
darkred
cinnamon
coke
brick
indianred
crimson
orangered
red
orange
darkorange


(pink, and violets)

pink
lightpink
thistle
plum
violet
crimson
mediumvioletred
hotpink
deeppink
palevioletred
fuchsia
magenta
darkgrey
dark grape
orchid
mediumorchid
darkorchid
blueviolet
darkviolet
purple
darkmagenta
mediumpurple
slateblue
darkslateblue
indigo


(yellows and golds)

darkgoldenrod
goldenrod
darkkhaki
khaki
yellow
gold


(blues)

paleturquoise
powderblue
lightsteelblue
lightblue
skyblue
cyan
aqua
violetred
grape
darkcyan
deepskyblue
mediumturquoise
aquamarine
turquoise
darkturquoise
cadetblue
lightskyblue
steelblue
cornflowerblue
royalblue
mediumslateblue
dodgerblue
blue
mediumblue
darkblue
navy
midnightblue
light gray
lightslateblue
darkslateblue
light grape
medium grape


(greens)

beer
bobbin
greenyellow
palegreen
greenyellow
chartreuse
lawngreen
lime
ocean
spicypink
lightgreen
yellowgreen
limegreen
mediumseagreen
darkseagreen
forestgreen
seagreen
green
olivedrab
olive
darkolivegreen
darkgreen
mediumaquamarine
aquamarine
mediumspringgreen
springgreen
turquoise
lightseagreen
darkcyan
teal

{If you cannot see the colors on the pastel examples below, you can place the cursor over (mouse) the letters you desire to read, and they will become "visible".

(white, creams and pastels) *Semi-invisible colors that can show up HIDDEN.

lavender*lavender
moccasin*moccasin
peachpuff*peachpuff
feldspar*feldspar
lightyellow*lightyellow
honeydew*honeydew
mintcream*mintcream
azure*azure
aliceblue*aliceblue
ghostwhite*ghostwhite
whitesmoke*whitesmoke
lavenderblush*lavenderblush
mistyrose*mistyrose
antiquewhite*antiquewhite
seashell*seashell
snow*snow
white*white
beige*beige
linen*linen
oldlace*oldlace
floralwhite*floralwhite
ivory*ivory
palegoldenrod*palegoldenrod
lightgoldenrod*lightgoldenrodyellow
lightyellow*lightyellow
lemonchiffon*lemonchiffon
papayawhip*papayawhip
lightcyan*lightcyan
gainesboro*gainsboro
lightgrey*lightgrey
cornsilk*cornsilk
blanchedalmond*blanchedalmond

(greys and black)

silver
darkgray
gray
dimgray
lightslategray
slategray
darkslategray
black


(beige, tan and browns)

bisque
navajowhite
wheat
burlywood
tan
rosybrown
sandybrown
goldenrod
darkgoldenrod
peru
chocolate
maroon
brown
sienna
darkred
saddlebrown
firebrick
almond
brightpink
bronze

Hope this is clear enough, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

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Note: if you bold the colors as well, it WILL INTENSIFY the effect.

To bold your text:

Left bracket- [
followed by the letter b- b
then the right bracket- ]

so it would look like (with the spaces removed as in the directions in the above color post)

[ b ][ color red ]My Blog Text That I Wish To Be In Red [ /b ][ /color ]

resulting in:


My Blog Text That I Wish To Be In Red

as compared to Red without the bold--

My Blog Text That I Wish To Be In Red

(so you can see that some of the lighter shades of colors can still be seen if bolded and thusly are still a realistic choice)


hotballs1931 85M
38 posts
11/21/2005 8:15 pm

I think your bedroom would be a nice place to bee.


hotballs1931 85M
38 posts
11/21/2005 8:17 pm

I think the colour is just fine. Prefer red hair around the pussy.


rm_lickmepretty 50F
851 posts
11/21/2005 9:50 pm

(not exactly what I had in mind for the color chart)


Tall_n_Stunning 46M
228 posts
11/22/2005 8:19 am

This shows your patience.

You should be proud of what youve Created.

WELL DONE

Tony xxxx


rm_lickmepretty 50F
851 posts
11/22/2005 2:38 pm

Thanks!


rm_titsandtires 51M/41F
3656 posts
11/24/2005 1:28 am

hey lickmepretty, i just wanted to say that the blog cafe was a great idea. i have some ideas to throw out there and will be posting a few things next week. hope to see you around the chat room *hiccup* make sure you bring more margaritas.

tires


SirMounts 102M

12/1/2005 5:00 am

Kewl.


TTigerAtty 62M

12/1/2005 12:23 pm

lickmepretty - Good information! I wasn't aware that so many colors are available.


rm_lickmepretty 50F
851 posts
12/1/2005 10:25 pm

Yeah, it's kind of fun to be able to play with color.


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