In my Lindquist one name study I want to highlight names of people who were immigrants. How may I do that?

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in WikiTree Tech by Norm Lindquist G2G6 Mach 6 (62.2k points)
retagged by Ellen Smith

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Many project pages still contain minimal HTML coding. 

Try <span style="color:red">The name you wish font highlighted</span>.

by David Wilson G2G6 Pilot (108k points)
edited by David Wilson
It would probably be better to use the red template.
Bui I can not edit the list of names in my study.
Are you talking about the list of names on a category? You can't edit those. But if you put a list of names on your name study free space page you can.
Were you attempting to add the names from       to and then organize them?
Here is an examples of a One Name Study free space...

Here is an elaborate example of a One Name Study category...
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Simple answer is three ''' ==> bold

But why ?!?!?

  1. To get the name bold
  2. To get the name red
  3. To be able to navigate to some other page e.g. an emigrant from Värmland then you follow the link to Swedish emigrants from Värmland
  4. ????? 
by Living Sälgö G2G6 Pilot (275k points)

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