I'm totally new to PHP, and have only slight CSS experience. I have a WordPress blog, and would like the comments option to be more visible below individual posts on the main page. I would like to do this by changing the word colour of only a few words, rather than the whole post footer bar.
In the line "There are currently No Comments" (or "1 Comment", "Two Comments", etc), I would like to change only the words "No Comments", "1 Comment", "Two Comments", etc to a bright canary yellow so that people relatively unfamiliar with blogs can see the comments option.
I did a general search for PHP font colour, and pasted the code I found into the WordPress theme's index.php file. The code I found was:
$textcolor = imagecolorallocate($im, 0, 0, 255);
I tried pasting it into four different places, and making a few small adjustments, but failed entirely to get a satisfactory result.
I include here a a link to a photo of the blog post footer bar and to the blog's main page:
Any help offered would be very much appreciated.
Thank you very much.