You may want to add some colour to your motd (the message that displays in the server selection list). This guide will walk you through the steps to change it.
How to Change Your MotD
- Log into Multicraft and select the server you want to modify.
Server Configurationfrom the menu on the left.
- Find the
Server Message (MOTD)entry and this is what you will want to change.
- To change the colour, you need to use a section sign (
§), this is frequently very hard to type, so you can replace it with
\u00A7and it will work the same. To know how to tell the game what colour you want, go to the next section about what colours there are available</a >.
Colours to Pick From
The following table shows examples of what colour codes there are and what each colour looks like.
|Colour Name:||Format Indicator:||Colour Example:||Example Usage:|
Note: Colours will not reset themselves after using a colour or format code. You can use
\ua00Ar to reset the font to default.
\u00A7 are the same thing and can be swapped out without changing the meaning.
Further Reading & External Links
Whether you own a server with StickyPiston or don't, we are always happy to help with any and all issues you may be having. Open a support ticket with our team and we will be in touch.
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