Web browsers use Hypertext Markup Language and Cascading Style Sheets to determine how to display objects on a website. HTML describes what text, images, links and other content to include on a page, whereas CSS defines the color, size, positioning and other attributes of each object. To make text appear darker on a website, you can change the "color" attribute in the CSS file to a different value. How you modify your page's style depends on whether your stylesheet is contained in the HTML document or within a separate CSS file.
Open the document you want to modify in a text editor, such as Notepad, and then press "Ctrl-F" to open Find.
Type "style" into the search field and then press "Enter" until you locate the "