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How To Use Non-WI Default Colours, Sizes, and Fonts For Your Posts and Threads!
COPY AND PASTE DON'T WORK FOR YOU? The WI list of fonts is short and simple, and although helpful, doesn't give you a lot of room to be creative, along with the sizes and colours.
Wanna get some new options? WARNING: This takes time! I wouldn't use this method for posting regularly, only for things such as contests, shops, stories, or other important threads that are gonna get many views.
Type something on WI, and change the font, size, and colour.
Go to 'Go Advanced' [if making a post.] On the right hand side, just above the text box where spell check is, look at the icon farthest to the right, and A/A. Click on that.
Your text box should now show your text, unformatted, but with brackets and codes instead.
Here's where the tutorial splits up.
FONTS: Step One.
Find the text in between the brackets with the name of the font you are currently using. Type in any font you have downloaded to your computer [WARNING: Thank you to Michelle for pointing this out as I forgot to; if you have just downloaded a font from...say 'dafont.com' and other people won't have it on their computer, they won't be able to see it. Try easily availible fonts such as ones of Microsoft Word] with the correct capitilization and spacing.
Click the box again with the A's.
COLOURS: Step One.
Find the text in between the brackets with the colour you are currently using. Erase that [jus the text].Type the HTML code of the colour you want to use.
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