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13 minutes ago, LHS said:

I want to change the font colour of text, but only the first letter of a word, eg. "Leading Learners" so I want to change all the "L" to green.  Any suggestions?  

 

I think we can set it with some Css code,  regarding the term: Css pseudo element - first letter

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1 hour ago, bangank36 said:

I think we can set it with some Css code,  regarding the term: Css pseudo element - first letter

If you need a support to implement it, kindly share your site with protected password and take a screeshot of where you 'd to apply this style

Currently, I am trying to use the markdown.  So this is the code I have so far

<span style="color:#365327">
L
--
</span>eading Lifelong Learners  

 

But actually, I think the heading 2 is too large, so want to change the font size more.  Also, the idea is that I can't bring the text "eading Lifelong Learners" up to align with the "L".  

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On 11/1/2021 at 1:06 AM, LHS said:

Currently, I am trying to use the markdown.  So this is the code I have so far

<span style="color:#365327">
L
--
</span>eading Lifelong Learners  

 

But actually, I think the heading 2 is too large, so want to change the font size more.  Also, the idea is that I can't bring the text "eading Lifelong Learners" up to align with the "L".  

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Try this

<span style="color:#365327;font-size:30px;">L</span>eading Lifelong Learners

 

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