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Whether creating Tables, simple HTML links, CSS Boxes, or any content;
you probably wish to begin with an Opening Headline.
This neat trick allows you to Choose an Main Title of any size or color.
Plus, in the future; a 2nd type can be included if desired.
Primary Headline here
then, add content here. or, begin paragraph.
When using basic HTML, you might run into an aesthetic obstacle.
Often, when adding a background design, it interferes with your written text.
And, the words become difficult to read.
Here's a simple solution. Using the following code, you can create a backdrop within a specific area.
(we're giving the name Wrap-over to this method)
[this method will be discussed in further detail at a later time]
add content or text, here.
The first 6-digit number allows you to change the background color.
The second 6-digit number changes the color-of-text.
and the Font-size allows you to change the size-of-text.
Another option is simply removing the background altogether.
Your Text will remain visible.
This is especially useful when the Words are either too large or small.
Or, you can simply change the color-of-text (while leaving the background transparent).