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Including colours in your MOTD

Last updated: 02/10/20
written by  Nodecraft Staff

If utilising a jar that supports custom colours in your MOTD, such as Spigot/Bukkit, users can produce a much more appealing and welcoming MOTD.

Customising the MOTD

The following colour codes can be used to customise the MOTD:

  • \u00A70 = Black
  • \u00A71 = Dark Blue
  • \u00A72 = Dark Green
  • \u00A73 = Dark Cyan
  • \u00A74 = Dark Red
  • \u00A75 = Purple
  • \u00A76 = Orange
  • \u00A77 = Light Grey
  • \u00A78 = Dark Grey
  • \u00A79 = Lilac
  • \u00A7a = Light Green
  • \u00A7b = Light Cyan
  • \u00A7c = Light Red
  • \u00A7d = Pink
  • \u00A7e = Yellow
  • \u00A7f = White
  • \u00A7l = Bold
  • \u00A7o = Italicized
  • \u00A7n = Underlined
  • \u00A7m = Strikethrough
  • \u00A7k = "Matrix" effect

For example, you could use something like the following on your server to produce a NodeCraft styled MOTD:

\u00A7aN\u00A7bO\u00A74D\u00A7eE\u00A77CRAFT \u00A70Official

NodeCraft MOTD

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