Display name of myspace color/size changes help

Discussion in 'Programming & Scripting' started by xXMockeyXx, Nov 20, 2008 with 6 replies and 200 views.

  1. xXMockeyXx

    xXMockeyXx Getting There

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    Hi, can anyone please help me change the size of my display name, the font, and the color? Help would be much appreciated...
    Also, I am wondering if it is possible to make my Display name F mike E
    Except the "mike" is in Comic Sans MS... and the "F" and "E" are in wingdigns and a larger size... and the whole thing is sort of an emerald green with a black background.

    If you can just post the whole could, that would be great:wink:

    I am confused, I post the HTML coding in about me, right?

    I tried
    <style> Font-family: Comic Sans MS;
    </style>


    And other variations but it edited the actualy about me, not the display name.

    Thanks!
     
  2. TorMenT

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    Try this:

    .nametext {font-family: FONT NAME; font-color: COLOR; font-size: NUMBER;}

    I forgot to mention, put this in your about me section.
     
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    xXMockeyXx

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    Thanks... but is there a way to change individual fonts of characters... whether it is "F mike E" as my display name and I want "mike" to be in comic Sans... and "F" and "E" in wingdings? Also.. to change the back ground... can I make Font-Background:111111; and add it in? And the colors are in Hex, right ;p
     
  4. IzzY

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    Code:
    <style> Font-family: Comic Sans MS;
    </style>M
    Code:
    <style> Font-family: Wingdings;
    </style>I
    ETC?
     
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  5. TorMenT

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    Yeah, just use the code I gave you, but you'll have to start the code over every time you want to change fonts/sizes.
     
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    xXMockeyXx

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    And can I put
    <style>
    Font-Background:F124E
    </style>
    for changing the colors of the background? Thanks!
     
  7. TorMenT

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    Try it out I've never messed with that before. I don't see why not though.