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Re: Question about default colors

From: (wrong string) ł Majchrowicz <mmajchrowicz@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2007 16:00:47 +0200
Message-ID: <3d3168e50704230700u37d281c9w6dcd5c88a11a2a28@mail.gmail.com>
To: www-style@w3.org

Okay you want an example.
The site looks horrible with background-color not set:
So you have to set background-color:
Regards Michal.

On 4/23/07, Spartanicus <mk98762@gmail.com> wrote:
> "Micha│ Majchrowicz" <mmajchrowicz@gmail.com> wrote:
> >companies usually have some logo. For instance Google multicolored
> >text on white background. Since the logo has white background (to keep
> >site clean and nice) you have to set body background to white :(
> Sorry, still not following.
> Use of an image of text that does not use transparency as per the case
> outlined above does not require specifying any colour in CSS. If image
> display is disabled the alt content will be displayed in the user's
> configured default colours.
> If the author does specify colours then the legibility of the text in
> the image should be guaranteed if image display is enabled in the
> browser due to the background being part of the image, if image display
> is disabled in the browser the author specified colours will be used, if
> those are in turn overridden via for example a user stylesheet those
> colours will apply. Providing that both author and user configured
> colours are set simultaneously and sensibly, where's the problem?
> >Moreover If you want to put text "My Test" in div with rounder corners
> >you also have to specify body background :(
> I get the feeling that you have not told the full story, please provide
> a real test case, upload it, post the url and tell us where the problem
> occurs.
> --
> Spartanicus
Received on Monday, 23 April 2007 14:00:52 UTC

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