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matrixxxxxx1
04-03-2007, 04:40 AM
Hiya all

Anyone know how or if you can have a diffrent color in the h1 tags (aside from black). I'm after this color here.

Any suggestions?


Thnx
Mike

Watdaflip
04-03-2007, 04:49 AM
Its most definently possible with HTML, but I don't use BV so I dont know how to/if you can do it.

If you want to use html you could do something like

<h1 style="color: DarkRed">Words to be in H1</h1>

Someone should come along to either confirm it can be done with BV and tell you how, or confirm it can't be done. Either way thats how to do it with html

matrixxxxxx1
04-03-2007, 04:56 AM
Its most definently possible with HTML, but I don't use BV so I dont know how to/if you can do it.

If you want to use html you could do something like

<h1 style="color: DarkRed">Words to be in H1</h1>

Someone should come along to either confirm it can be done with BV and tell you how, or confirm it can't be done. Either way thats how to do it with html

Hey Watdaflip http://www.vodahost.com/vodatalk/images/icons/icon7.gif

The color worked great....Any idea on how to incoproate the font size...The font was bold and Huge.


Thnx
Mike

matrixxxxxx1
04-03-2007, 05:00 AM
Ok never mind

This ended up doing the trick
<h1 style="color: DarkRed"><font size="1">Words to be in H1</font></h1>



Thnx for the help again
Mike

Bethers
04-03-2007, 06:18 AM
May I suggest that you find out the corresponding # for the color and use it for the color. Otherwise it might not appear the same on all computers. :)

And another way to write it is:
<center><h1><font style="tahoma" size="4" color="#CC3399">Your text here</font>
</h1></center>

I don't recommend you do an h1 in size 1 - as it should be a true heading and bigger than the other text on the page. The size and color and text above are just examples.

matrixxxxxx1
04-03-2007, 01:43 PM
May I suggest that you find out the corresponding # for the color and use it for the color. Otherwise it might not appear the same on all computers. :)

And another way to write it is:
<center><h1><font style="tahoma" size="4" color="#CC3399">Your text here</font>
</h1></center>

I don't recommend you do an h1 in size 1 - as it should be a true heading and bigger than the other text on the page. The size and color and text above are just examples.

Hey Beth

Thank you for the tip. I'm stuck on making an h1 for the page/SE and making a headlines to pull the reader deeper into the page.

Is it not effective to have the h1 in smaller font than something else on the page as far as the Se's go?

example of what I'm trying to do http://www.atexflooring.ca/ajax_carpet.php

Bethers
04-03-2007, 05:03 PM
The headline should be written first and foremost for the USER of your site - but no, making it that small - will actually not help you in using an h1 - as the se's are smart enough to know when people make text basically unreadable.

And, I do believe it will be good for you to use the cities in the text somewhere - but I don't know if that's what should be in your headline of this page - remember EACH page will have it's own headline (or should). And I wouldn't put the cities in your headline - but that is information that you should have on the page.

matrixxxxxx1
04-03-2007, 05:34 PM
The headline should be written first and foremost for the USER of your site - but no, making it that small - will actually not help you in using an h1 - as the se's are smart enough to know when people make text basically unreadable.

And, I do believe it will be good for you to use the cities in the text somewhere - but I don't know if that's what should be in your headline of this page - remember EACH page will have it's own headline (or should). And I wouldn't put the cities in your headline - but that is information that you should have on the page.
Thnx Beth

I did put the towns at the bottom as you mentioned a while back.
The thing is, I tried my keywords and it seemed like the pages that worked best were the ones that had the title and the h1 match in words.

Would you mind having a quick peak at my home page to see if it is Se freindly and to throw in some suggestion on improvment. I have the towns in the second paragraph. Would that do the trick?
http://www.atexflooring.ca (http://www.atexflooring.ca/)

Should I use the h1 for the headlines. Some of these headlines are designed for the reader and do not contain any of my keywords?

Between marketing and optimizing. It gets pretty tricky http://www.vodahost.com/vodatalk/images/icons/icon11.gif


Mike