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Its kinda a moot point really, all this chat about hex vs decimal vs named colors. As long as the powers to be see fit to restrict CSS inside of profiles - whats the use.

<span style="font: 72pt verdana, sans-serif; color:#ff0000;">Zig </span>

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I would except that I can never get the conversion (even using software) to match the decimal number. I am starting to think that they are using two different numbers or are adding digits that I don't know about yet......:-? zo

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I fight enough with having to convert hex to decimal at work when these damn cell phone manufacturers decide not to put the serial number in dec.........I don't want to do it here too......:(( lol Zo.

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Thanks NewlyWed paragraph breaks are now in.

Webmaster, we would also like to see text centering and marquee features reinstated. Also the heart decorations would be nice.

If you can find a way to reinstate the HTML format we can do it all ourselves. It definately makes the profiles more apealing

Statesville NC
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We don't normally post on these boards, however ...please allow us to climb up on the soapbox for just a minute...We personally worked very hard to use HTML codes to spruce up our profile. Anyone who had read our profile in the past would know what we mean...we made them seasonal, we had marquees, colors, paragraph breaks, and hearts. Many people commented on how they liked it. We would like to see the marquees and paragraph breaks available and also be able to use our hearts again (if thats not to much to ask) We feel it makes the profiles definately more noticable, as well as more readable....climbing down off the soapbox now....thanks for listening.

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I like the new Text options - it's simple, it works - what more can you ask for?

Thanks, Administration!!!

All you bit nerds who know html, scripting, etc, etc, - congrats on your skills - but.... when the less skilled of us can make this work, quit yer bellyaching, and let us enjoy something that works - even if you do know a way using less keystrokes.

***HAPPY CAMPER HERE/***

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This is for those who are complaining about some bitchiness in this thread.

I AM bitchin the current 'profile decoration' is lame and VERY amaturish. Go ahead check out our profile - it will stay that way until some one fixes the issues at hand.

All the trouble webby or whoever went thru to devise that childish methodology wasted time - when the EXACT SAME PROCESS could have made the use of CSS viable.

So to answer eveyone's question as to why don't the bitchin folks start their own site - I am. I have invested over $25,000 in a site and it still has about another 10k of work to be done. What does that mean? Nothng absolutely nothing. We'll still maintain our profile here.

We enjoy this site very much and are pretty much dedicated to it - but this farcass of HTML in profiles is being handled in a completely amaturish manner.

Those who dislike the current process have EVERY right to voice their opinions as well as do those who have accepted things as they are. So -- if you don't like the bitchin - dont read the thread (or at least tolerate those with differing opinions).

As far as 'the webmaster bowing down to demands' -- I don not expect him to do so - however I do expect him to provide a quality atomosphere in which to create and maintain profiles that reflect positively on its members.

Personally, if webby cant implement a more professional approach to the issue - just remove it altogether (except line breaks) and leave it be.

The process is lame - period.

Zig -- shipping webby a box of whatnots so he can throw them at me!

Frederick MD
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rdy2playwu,

You can have paragraph breaks now. Just press "ENTER" as you would here in the forums.

Coral Springs FL
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Well this is about the most cumbersome and backward way I have ever seen.

Have you never heard of HyperText Transfer Protocol?, just to mention one text system?

Destin FL
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I was looking at my profile, using Mozilla as my browser. Thats why it did not show up. Thanks

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