What i’m trying to get (the image is from evernote)
What i get (in editor mode)
What i get (in preview mode)
So i have the desired result only in preview mode, but i mainly use the live editor for everything, so i would like to have a css snippet that solve this problem
Plus, it would be cool to have the underline of the same color of the bold text, but i don’t know how much difficult it is, i have very low css programming skills, and this is a minor issue, it would be more then enough to have at least bold and underline together.
That’s great! But i still have a problem, using the html <b></b> tag it ignores the color of the bold text of the theme that i’m using, making it very confusing to look at.
Do you know if there is something i can do in a css snippet to make the <b></b> tag of a chosen color?
Yeah sorry for the misunderstanding, this is better because it renders the bold with the color of my theme, but only in the preview mode, which wasn’t a problem for me since i could already do this also by doing **<u>this</u>**, what i was showing in the previous message was the fact that the **<strong></strong>** tag wasn’t rendering the color of the bold text of the used theme in the (live) editor mode (which is the only mode i actually use).
I’m trying to understand if there is a way to force a color on a html tag with a css snippet or something like this.