How to change the text color in your widget

Change all the text

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Open the Appearance section in the editor of the widget you want to edit. 
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Click on Text color and go to Font color. Select your color by using the wheel, or entering a hex-code.
This will change the color of all the text in the widget.
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Don't forget to publish your changes!

Change a part of the text

If you only want to change the color of the headline, or maybe just a single word - you need to do some coding in the source code. But don't worry, it's very simple to copy-paste if you're not a code-guru.

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Open the Content section in the editor of the widget you want to edit. 
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Click on the source code button in the intro text field (pink arrow). 
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In the p-element belonging to the part of the text you want to edit, add the code style="color:#ff0000" (for red text). Or, in this screenshot, where the color-code is already there, just change the hex-code to the color you want. If you only want to change a single word, simply wrap it with a span-element:
<span style="color:#ff0000">word</span>
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