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-Symbols of Color- ʕ-♥´͡ᐧ° ͜ʖ ͡°ᐧ´♡-ʔ-
This post will soon be a PAGE on how-to blog on blogger from someone who deleted their header.

Note: Sorry about that! This post was suppose to be a Page. The glaring errors were not noticeable until after publication. I have now fixed the errors (fingers-crossed.)

Because I have set my internet viewing on background/black - text/yellow I am unable to see link colors. I am virtually color-blind. I like monotone but I also appreciate color. One of the problems of using a high-contrast web-theme is that the color menus do not display colors but a bunch of black squares. WHAT! Easier not harder. I then have to toggle the magnifier to 300% to see the text box when the cursor is over
⭐To solve this dilemma I had to create yet another list of (copy and paste) symbols of color.
⭐I will add to the list as I use an emoji that is a certain color.

Bloggers (those who use Google's platform) I will give an example of the html.
⭐Have fun, be happy!

(The trigger for creating this listing is my Unicode (uni) of Pink→  ʕ-♥´.͡ᐧ° ͜ʖ ͡°ᐧ.`♡-ʔ  -Pink♥.
Pink wants pink colored hearts on the unit-pink. Pink is always crying about something not being colored pink. To keep Pink happy (and therefore me happy),  I was compelled to find a way to put PINK colored hearts in the code.

ʕ-´.͡ᐧ° ͜ʖ ͡°ᐧ.´-ʔ and yet there are still tears?

ʕ-´.͡ᐧ° ͜ʖ ͡°ᐧ.´-ʔ be that way!

ʕ-´͡ᐧ° ͜ʖ ͡°ᐧ´-ʔ is that better?)


♥ blue
♥ aqua
♥ coral
♥ lightcoral



♥ lime







♥ orange
♥ pink
♥ deeppink
♥ hotpink
♥ lightpink

♥ purple
♥ fuchsia

♥ red






♥ yellow

To get the following symbol/icon with text to view in compose-mode:
♥ coral
Highlight the following tag line. Ctrl+c (copy)
<span style="color: coral;">♥&nbsp;coral</span><br />
<br />
Open HTML edit-mode. Ctrl+v (paste in first line of post.)
Open Compose edit-mode and you should see:
♥ coral

<span style="color: coral;">♥</span><br />
<br />

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