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Thursday, 14 December 2017

Wapka HTML Text on background color code

By: Okereke Ifeanyi ifetex | Time: December 14, 2017 | Label: |

Wapka Text on Background Color Code is an HTML code that allow wapka users to write on varieties of texts on differ or same background colors.
Wapka Text on background color codeas the name implies means that you will be able to write your text or other codes on abackground color code........... This is used especially when you want a writeup in your site to be noticed you can just use a differ background color aside the main CSS background color and when ever your readers visit your site that will immediately notice the text on the different background because it will be eye catching
Few months ago i wrote shared a wapka code which allow your readers to manually change your wapka background and CSS to their own likingbut this time around it's background color HTML code.
Wapka HTML Text on background color code
Add below code via your wapka HTML/WML code section replace my name with any text you want to write and also replace the black to any background color you want your text to be written upon.

Having done with the above steps you have successfully learnt to add your text under background colors in your wapka site.
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