How to highlight a blog title text? Any tips?
What sort of highlight?
The part that says "interview: Mike O Maelly" has a white highlighted background color.
What is this? A Muse widget? If yes: Which one?
If it is a 3rd party Muse widget: Why not ask the vendor?
This is an example of a blog post. I am wondering if it's possible to design the part in Muse that says "interview: Mike O Maelly". Black font and white background.
This is equivalent if you asked where the power button on the computer. Explore the tutorials at the office site. Günter even thought that your question is much more complicated than there is in reality .
The problem is:
I know how to fil in the background color for a single line
When a blogpost title is generated in 2 or 3 lines it is not possible to fill the background color. Yes it is for the textbox. Not for the lines. In other texteditors its possible to highlight a text.
I found this widget: https://musesupplyco.com/collections/typography-widgets/products/text-bg-color
But unfortunaly it is not working for me!
Help me out!
Select the desired text, create a character style for it with a unique name. In my example, this is textbg.
Open the page properties and paste the following code.
Use in this code a unique style name and any color.
The result will be visible only in the browser.
This looks like a simle solutions but it still is not working for me
What is "this", and what is "not working"? Is is really not possible, to say exactly, what you mean without forcing us to ask again and again?
The solutions Pavel offered is not workin for me? I follow the steps but still dont see the background color
The reason can be only one - you do not exactly follow the steps and somewhere you make a mistake.
I do exactly the same! Still is not workin for me!
Create a test project one page muse that includes your actions and provide it.
Just made a new project. Its workin there! I figured it out! It has to do with the font. I used Helvetica Neue. Its workin with Arial!
I figured it out! It has to do with the font. I used Helvetica Neue. Its workin with Arial!
This works with any web font or standard font. Must be you tried to use this with the system font. System fonts are converted after exporting to pictures. Therefore, this code can not be applied to them. System fonts should not be used at all.
Correct. Muse has no command for colouring the background of a text line. But try it this way: