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How to put two or more classes in a heading?

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on http://www.trendorg.co.uk/ I have a text on the bottom of the page i.e. "Sourcing offshore staff just got a whole lot easier" This is an image right now but I want to put two different classes one for "offshore staff" i.e. orange and dark blue for the rest. How to put two different classes in a same heading? thanks,

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Rob
[code]
Sourcing
offshore staff
the rest of your text...
[/code] Then, in your Custom Code in CSS Rules, simply do something like: [code].bluetext {color:#blue;} .orangetext {color:#orange;} [/code] Replace #blue and #orange with the hex code you want for each.

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where should i put the following code...?, as I know where to put the CSS but don't know where to put the HTML markup. I am currently using Firebug to trace the HTML code and its CSS. I am using Pagelines developers version.
Sourcing
offshore staff
the rest of your text...
Similarly...if I want to add some html tags in the design, where should I put that...as Custom Code is used for Custom CSS... Thanks,

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In the post or page title. Sorry. I should have explained that. This way it will appear anywhere that post title appears, just how you styled it. You may include select HTML tags in post or page titles. For an example of this, look at Dashboard > Features > Features and examine one of the default feature slides, where you'll see how we wrap feature titles partially in the tag. I don't believe you can add HREF links but you can, I think, include images in post titles.

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grahamd79
unfortunately unable to understand what you wrote :(

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got it...issue solved.... thanks

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