Color Vs. No Color question
joel at fentin.com
Tue Jun 17 15:23:47 CDT 2003
>>>>>>"Joel" == Joel Fentin <joel at fentin.com> writes:
> Joel> Do I have to use html tags to retain color on all browsers?
> No, you just need to use correct color tags (as someone else already
> pointed out).
> "DDDDDD" is *not* a valid color specification.
> "#DDDDDD" *is* a valid color specification.
I thought I tested this last night. It did the trick. Appologies to Joe
> A small plea: unless you have a very good reason to set the background
> color, please don't. The web is not a printed page, and the rules of
> printed text on reflective medium (e.g., "dark text on light is easier
> to read") do not necessarily apply to a light-emitting medium.
It's not just about background colors. It's about all colors.
Joel Fentin tel: 760-749-8863 FAX: 760-749-8864
email: joel at fentin.com
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