There is certainly an important point marking up process while creating a website, and some of those dedicated to time and effort to get the results out of satisfactory results.
To solve the problem, you can use complementary tools that can let you experiment with styles and configurations until you achieve the desired effect.
One type tool is the Egilas CSS Styler, which is not strong, but there is some help to try different style configurations for basic elements found in an HTML template.
This tool lets you change the text (and their optional) of written links in the title, background and paragraphs.
For each direction you are given a color palette and adjust control to change the different text layout features and line-spacing.
It is not saying that every change you make will be seen immediately in the sample text on the left of the control, so that you can have a general general view of the style features you edit at any given moment.
Of course, once you have created your CSS code, you can download it directly for your website.