Here's and example of things you can do to customize your text:

  • Use different FONT SIZEs:

      BLACK LOVE

      BLACK LOVE


  • FONT COLOR:

      BLACK LOVE


  • FONT STYLE: (by command: font "FACE"...)

      BLACK LOVE


  • CENTER text:

      BLACK LOVE


  • UNDERLINE text:

      BLACK LOVE


    [This message was edited by Nmaginate on July 09, 2003 at 10:07 AM.]


    [This message was edited by Nmaginate on July 09, 2003 at 06:35 PM.]
  • Original Post
    Below are the actual command lines for the above respective points. (This is a Cut & Paste of the above quickly done by selecting/checking the box for "Disable HTML" on the "Options" Menu on the left side of you posting/editing windows.)

  • Use different FONT SIZEs:
    <font size=1>BLACK LOVE</font>

    <font size=4>BLACK LOVE</font>

  • FONT COLOR:
    <font size=4 color=blue>BLACK LOVE</font>

  • FONT STYLE: (by command: font "FACE"...)
    <font face=Impact size=6 color=blue>BLACK LOVE</font>

  • CENTER text:
    <center>BLACK LOVE</center>

  • UNDERLINE text:
    <u>BLACK LOVE</u>

    <center><small>[This message was edited by Nmaginate on July 09, 2003 at 10:09 AM.]</small></i></center>
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    ._____________________________________________.
    "...human beings cannot divest themselves of culture;
    they are either participating in their own historical culture
    or that of some other group. They may, of course, choose to opt out of their own cultural heritage and appropriate that of some other people...

    ...the only people who have totally distanced themselves from their cultural origins are Africans in the diaspora... We have been victimized by the negative image of Africa and have therefore concluded...
    "I am not an African. I never left anything in Africa."

    To such a question in the l960s Malcolm X replied,
    "You left your mind in Africa."
    - Molefi K. Asante
    .________________________.
    vvvvv

    *----*----*----*----*----*----*----*----*----*----*----*
    S A N K O F A : Return & Fetch It!
    Learn from and build on the past. It is not taboo to return and fetch
    what you have forgotten. You can always correct what went wrong.
    In the past, you find the future and understand the present.
    rrrrrr

    ______________________________________________________________________
    "The problem many African-Americans have with these [BLACK] "CONservatives" is that they appear to air the problems of the black community to the entire nation without offering any Real Solutions."
    ______________________________________________________________
    "When you do the common things in life in an uncommon way,
    you will command the attention of the world."

    - George Washington Carver

    ______________________________________________________________
    "When you do the common things in life in an uncommon way,
    you will command the attention of the world."

    - George Washington Carver

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