How to set a Coloured MoTD on your Minecraft Server

To add a coloured server message you will want to add the following code in the server.properties config file.

  1. Login to Multicraft
  2. Go to the following page : Files > Config Files > Server Settings
  3. Enter in the Server Message field the colour codes and message, then click 'save'
  4. Restart your server

To get colours you need to enter the codes before the text.

Code Example
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\u00A76---\=[\u00A7cAwesome Minecraft Server\u00A76]\=---

Available Colours
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\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= Lilic
\u00A7a= Light Green
\u00A7b= Light Cyan
\u00A7c= Light Red
\u00A7d= Pink
\u00A7e= Yellow
\u00A7f = White

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