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Microsoft® JScript
fontcolor Method

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Places an HTML <FONT> tag with the COLOR attribute around the text in a String object.


strVariable.fontcolor( colorval )
"String Literal".fontcolor( colorval )

The colorval argument is a string containing a color value. This can either be the hexadecimal value for a color, or a predefined name for a color.


The following example demonstrates the fontcolor method:

var strVariable = "This is a string object"

The value of strVariable after the last statement is: <FONT COLOR="RED">This is a string object</FONT>.

Vaild predefined color names depend on your JScript host (browser, server, and so forth). They may also vary from version to version of your host. Check your host documentation for more information.

No checking is done to see if the tag already exists.

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