Different color bold, italic, and underlined font?

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    I don’t know if anybody has ever seen this but there is a way to well, for example. Your normal font may be black but when your font is italic it is blue, bold it is pink, and underlined it has a blue line underneath it. I have the code to do this on my site and it works but it doesn’t work on the WordPress stylesheet I have made? The italic is a different color but the bold and underlined are still black. Maybe WordPress is really picky with code so does anyone have a better code to make this stuff happen? Thanks in advance :).



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    I have a blog hosted on WordPress and I also have one on another site but I don’t know how to log onto WordPress.org so I just figured I would ask here, sorry.


    Ooh *blonde moment*. I just figured out how to log on, I didn’t realize I needed to make an account.. haha. But if anyone here knows the answer that would still be appreciated.



    Software works differently here, so you’ll have to ask at wordpress.org.


    Okay thanks :).



    I would like to begin ‘blogging’ on wordpress. I have an account set up, but cannot seem to find where I can choose/change fonts.
    I am sure I am only missing something obvious, so be gentle in your response, please!
    Thank you,
    Laurel Rogers
    (email redacted)



    I also would like to change and choose my own fonts, but can’t figure out how that is done. Does anyone know who would be willing to share their knowledge?





    Hey Laurel & Julia – this FAQ page looks like it might help you gals:


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