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From: Pat Asher <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Re: Freepages-Help-D Digest V03 #163
Date: Sun, 11 May 2003 15:09:55 -0400
At 12:35 PM 5/11/2003, wrote:
>Peter is right -- the word alone didn't trigger the red background. I went
>back and looked at the wording in the message with the red background and it
>included the text: Inside the body tag add
>margintop=100 or what ever number you want to use. Then add a bgcolor to
>the body tag.
>If this does come through red we'll know it is a combination of factors that
>include the bgcolor but not just the word alone. If this doesn't come
>through as red, I give up trying to figure out AOL. <g>
>I'm also wondering whether there might be code include above that is
>executing for AOLers (so we are not seeing it) -- I see the words "inside the
>body tag add" and then there appears to be a space before the next part
>"margintop=100." So maybe we are not even SEEING whatever it is that is
>causing the red background?
Your last surmise is correct. The original message did indeed contain code
for a red background:
Then add a bgcolor to
the body tag. Example: <.body margintop=100 bgcolor="#FF0000">
The original did NOT contain the dot I have added to invalidate the code.
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