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    ‘Allo everyone. I have an issue. I want to take this and make it so each word in the menu is a separate color. I currently have an anchor tag:

    a {
    font-size: 1em;
    outline: none;
    text-decoration: none;
    color: #00AEEF;

    And it is what is creating the cyan blue. How do I divide each menu item up and apply a different color to each one? Here is the HTML code generating the menu:

    Thank you in advance!

    Edit: Sorry about the glitch with the menu-bar div. I apparently have to click “Code” twice for it to appear as code for all of you to see.


    The @joshuanhibbert example should work just fine.
    Just use the classes of the list itens on your css adding the anchor selector after as said by @joshuanhibbert and put the color that you want, the common properties as font-size, font-family and so on you can place on the `#mt-main-nav a` selector.


    @mintertweed I had problems this morning with Wamp. Turned out that I deleted the “testmysql.php” file. Another common issue is Skype running while starting Wamp.

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