Re: colours for bullets
On 15 Apr 97 at 17:08, Simone Demmel wrote:
> Liam Quinn wrote:
> > <LI COLOR="#rrggbb" SIZE=xx-large
> > BACKGROUND="http://www.htmlhelp.com/foo.gif" BGCOLOR="#rrggbb"
> > FONTFACE="'New Century Schoolbook', Times, serif" FONTSTYLE=italic
> > TEXTDECORATION=blink>
> > Now repeat that for each LI over an entire site of a few hundred
> > documents. Then think about what happens when you decide a different
> > colour would have been better. Then try to remember why style sheets
> > didn't seem incredibly easier and more flexible.
> But you are right, that would be too much, perhaps a combination with
> normal style would be the best, so you can define 'your' standard and
> change it only if necessary...
There's no combination needed. If you want to override what you have
in your external/embedded style sheet, you can just use the STYLE
<LI STYLE="color: #rrggbb">
Yes, it's a little more typing than <LI COLOR="#rrggbb"> but it means
that we don't have to continually add new attributes to HTML every
time someone thinks up a kewl new style.
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