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hi! i changed the color of the main passages of my story in the css, but i wanted to know if it was possible to have certain lines be different colors (i have five character that talk, and i would like to make them have different colors for their spoken lines so it's easy to keep track of who is talking). 

what i have in my css is below:

@import url(https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Share+Tech" rel="stylesheet);

.purple tw-passage 
  color: 960BFC; 
body, tw-story
  font-family: Lora, serif;
  font-size: 18px;
  background-color: #E5AD00;

  color: #4F2B00; 

and in the actual scene:

<span class='purple'> test </span>

is this possible to do? am i doing something wrong? 


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answered by (59.9k points)
It should just be ".purple", not ".purple tw-passage". The latter means to target the tw-passage element inside the element with the class purple, and you seem to want the opposite.
commented by (120 points)
hi, thank you for responding!

i changed it to just .purple, but the "test" text is still the same color as tw-passage (#4F2B00 instead of #960BFC). do you have any other suggestions?

thanks again!
commented by (59.9k points)
Oh. You're missing the hash (#) in the color property of .purple.
commented by (120 points)
well aren't i embarrassed!!!!! haha wow thank you so much :'D
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