You specify the color aspect of a style like this:
color: red; color: #99ff99;
color is called the property, and
the color name is the value for that property. Together,
they make up a style specifier.
Now we will
put this style specifier into an appropriate HTML tag. The
tag that's going to do the job the best is the
tag. This tag means mark off a section of text.
In the example below, we've put
around the sections of text that are going to become colored.
These shirts come in <span>hot red</span> and <span>pastel green</span>.
Now we add the
style attribute to each span...
These shirts come in <span style="">hot red</span> and <span style="">pastel green</span>.
...and we drop the appropriate style specifier in between the quote marks.
These shirts come in <span style="color: red;">hot red</span> and <span style="color: #99ff99;">pastel green</span>.
And here's the result:
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