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Changing the Background Color in a Single Text Block?Asked by choreo on July 02, 2015 at 03:00 AM
I have a "long" form I am working on. I have several "Sub-Headings" as one scrolls down the page. My subheadings are all plain TEXT blocks to separate various sets of form elements.
Is there an easy way of changing the "background color" to a solid red with white text for these various TEXT blocks only? (Leaving the page and form background to white)
The background is already applied in the text blocks. Now, to change the font color:
a. Just simply click "Edit HTML" button
b. Highlight the text
c. Change the color to White:
Great... that will work. Thanks!