At 1:40 PM -0400 4/25/09, Andrew Hucks wrote:
If I have something like $string = '"hello" there'; (the word hello is
in double quotes, if you can't see it), how would I output it as
something like <font color=color>"hello"</font> there.
Don't use: "<font color=color>"hello"</font>"
The font tag is dead and embedded styling should moved to css.
There are lot's of ways to do this, here's one:
<span class="red"><?php echo('hello'); ?></span><?php echo(' there'); ?>
You might also check out first-child in css. That way you can make
"hello" in red and "there" in whatever the element color is in one
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