Scrolling Marquee size change and bold??

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Need help with geting the font bigger on a scrolling marquee ad also to get it bold!!
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Hi Craig

To make changes to your font, you'll need to add a font tag.

<font size="2" face="Verdana"><b>YOUR TEXT GOES HERE</b></font>

You can change the font size from 1-5, face type can be deleted or changed to a different font type. The < b > is for bolding.

Please let us know if you need further clarification. =)
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That worked a treat littleus thank you. Can you tell me ho to get the text in red?
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You'll need to add a color tag. After the face="Verdana" add this: color="red"

You can also use Hex codes to change your color if you want.
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Yip again works a treat what if I wanted it scrolling on a black background is there a code for that too?
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Hi Craig

I would suggest that you take a look at the Yola Code Site (http://yolacodes.yolasite.com) and look under "Scrolling Marquees". Then, look under HTML marquees - look at the very bottom. I think that example maybe what you're looking for. You can have the text scroll instead of images. Please read the rules before grabbing the codes. Thanks.
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Hi littleus I eventually got it without the need for the page mentioned above, thanks anyway!!
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Great Craig! Would you mind sharing the code? I'm always eager to learn new tricks! =)
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bgcolor="black", I just added that code in the middle of my code
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Hmm... I tried that piece of code earlier but it didn't seem to work. Do you by chance have this working on one of your pages? I'd like to see it in action! =)
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Yeah its on my webpage in the fixtures page
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Looks great! I was putting the snippet of code in the wrong spot..that's why it didn't work. Glad that you figured it out though! =)
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Glad I could actually help you for once lol