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Find exact hexadecimal number


L.A.Willman

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I'm going bald trying to find where a specific hec color is stored. I've located 4 separate stylesheets so far, it's not on any. I'm looking for #CC0049 ( Red shade ). I run a Hot Pink background, and Red just isn't very readable text color. I've done a deep windows search for the code with no luck. I use ColorPix to hover the color, it is #CC0049 but can find no reference to it in coding, Anywhere. Help on this will sure be appreciated

 

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Hi Larry

 

Try .stockWarning in the stylesheet

 

.stockWarning{font-family:Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;font-size:10px;color:#cc0033;}

 

Regards

 

Ken

 

That was it exactly Ken, Thank You so much. I wonder why it showed as CC0049? That messed me up. Again... Thanks :mellow:

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You did a fantastic job of nailing that one... care to try another? I understand if ya pass, I can't push my luck. I really only try for one change per day, I did that already.

 

How about... Where can I find this? post-303509-0-82260100-1326751329_thumb.gif The grey with the blue hover just isn't very good looking. Thank You Once More. I'm trying to do a basic black, with no hover color. When I turn the site over to the end user/owner, I want it to be as easy as possible for her to run, her plate is full enough right now.

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If you want to check items in your style sheets i use a free program called topstyle lite. Google will find it. It shows the stylesheet listings and underneath the actual colours and styles of each class. It helped me anyway.

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If you want to check items in your style sheets i use a free program called topstyle lite. Google will find it. It shows the stylesheet listings and underneath the actual colours and styles of each class. It helped me anyway.

 

Thanks Steve, I'm always looking for aids / tools / slick programs to help. Just makes life easier, Thanks Again.

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