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RE: Sea Pearl needs a backsplash... (Follow-Up #77)

posted by: kksmama on 02.01.2014 at 08:30 pm in Kitchens Forum

Peke, I haven't seen you on the forum for awhile (but have been here less myself lately). Have you seen the fabulous encore tiles several GWers have used? Did you see how my backsplash turned out? I'm very happy with it though install wasn't ideal and I worry about the amount and quality of my grout lines. It has the mop without being delicate and I think the colors would look really nice with seapearl.
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Here is a link that might be useful: kksmama reveal

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under cab electrical outlet and lighting.
clipped on: 03.28.2014 at 07:29 am    last updated on: 03.28.2014 at 07:30 am

RE: Technical computer question from someone who's clueless (Follow-Up #1)

posted by: hilltop on 11.08.2010 at 06:45 pm in Home Decorating Forum

You'll need to use these symbols with no spaces to start to make it bold. (Don't type in and)
< and b and >
Then your word.
Then < and / and b and > is the end to making it bold.

Anything you put between those sequences will be bold

You can also do it < and i and > at the beginning and then your word and then < and / i and > to make it italic italic

You can also do it < and font color="red" and > at the beginning and then your word and then < and / and font color and > at the end to make it red

Whatever you put between these symbols < > at the beginning is what it will do, such as b for bold, i for italic, u for underline etc.

If you forget the ending section or don't use the / symbol in the ending section everything thereafter will continue to be bold or red or italic, etc. Confusing?
If you look online there are HTML cheatsheets. Sometimes you have to use color codes for non-standard colors

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how to copy pix from the internet.
clipped on: 01.20.2012 at 04:08 pm    last updated on: 01.20.2012 at 04:11 pm