"Shawn" <programmingjards.com> wrote in message
news:05b401c344c6$c3e0f860$a101280aphx.gbl...Why don't you have> Hello all,
> I've developed a website system that stores all the pages
> of a website into a database table (id int, content
> text). Is there a way that a user could say type all
> their editing (underlines, bolds, colors, etc.) in a
> separate place then insert it into a database that will
> then use their exisiting edits (underlines, bolds, colors,
> etc) when displaying their webpage in a browser window.
> The page is retrieved from the querystring (ex. page.asp?
> The database field that holds the text of a page is a text
> field, it can take HTML, but I don't want to require the
> user know HTML when inserting their data.
ID, content, csspage
if you are not familer with CSS.
put this in a page and save it as test.css
then put this in the html page
<LINK rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="test.css">
you can find all the properties for CSS here