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How to Change Color of Fonts (to non-standard color)?

  • Hi there –

    I need to change the color of some words on my site to #DD8400. It’s never been an option, so I usually click on the “more colors” link and enter the number.

    Now I can’t do that. Why not? How should I do it now?

    Thank you,

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  • This option was removed by TinyMCE for the new update and the word on the street is that it will not be added back. There are a lot A LOT of people very disappointed about this. Sorry. You will have to hard code it now – use HTML. To see how it was put in before – go to an old post and click the TEXT tab. Then cut and past the HTML code into your new post. It’s very 1994.

    YUCK. Not happy. I hope — at least — that some of the plugin developers come up with an option. Maybe WP Super Edit. Crossing my fingers!

    Thanks for your reply…

    I have a similar question, so I hope you guys don’t mind if I am posting it here.


    I recently set up a WordPress website. Its my first one so I am a newbie.

    What I did was I wanted to make the titles for About Me, Frequently Asked Questions, and Contact us in a nice blue and luxus brut font. So I used these tags:

    <font face=”luxus brut”>Frequently Asked Questions</font>

    On my computer, which has Luxus Brut font, it worked great. Looks awesome. But on tablets and laptops which don’t have Luxus Brut font, a different font gets used (which does not look so great).

    Surely there must be a way I can keep these headings in Luxus brut font so they show up in that font and colour even if a person does not have that font installed on their computer.

    I think what I need to do is edit the h1 tag so its <h1 style=”font-face:’LuxusBrut’;color:#5b82ab;”>Title Goes Here</h1>, but I cannot find the tag to edit it. There is no h1 tag in the style.css

    Any direction would be appreciated. Thanks.

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