On most pages, you want to have a specific color for the background, text, unvisited links, visited links, and active links. In order to do this, you need to find the code number for the specific color that you are looking for. Here is a HUGE list of code numbers,
and here is how you would display this in your page. NOTE: Type these ONLY right below your title. NOTE: You must have the "#" sign before the actual code.
<body bgcolor="#code">for background color
<body text="#code">for color of text (all non-links)
<body link="#code">for color of unvisited links
<body vlink="#code">for color of visited links
<body alink="#code">for color of active links (while being selected)
You can also string two or more of these commands together:
<body bgcolor="#000015" text="#000020" link="#000050" vlink="#7a7777" alink="#8f8e8d">
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