Re: Question about default colors

Isn't it enough to just set body background-color(like in
example.html)? It's much simpler than using transparency and other
stuff? Moreover if the developer receives a company logo he is usually
not allowed to change it in any aspect...
Regards Michal.

On 4/23/07, Spartanicus <> wrote:
> "Micha³ Majchrowicz" <> wrote:
> >Okay you want an example.
> >The site looks horrible with background-color not set:
> >
> >So you have to set background-color:
> >
> Sorry, I do not see any problem there.
> The Google image in the screencap may look a bit out of place
> stylistically, but that does not constitute a problem. If an author
> wants to prevent such minor stylistic clashes with a potential user
> stylesheet then they should avoid images of text (this is a good idea
> regardless), or they can use an alpha transparent background for the
> image with a contrasting colour fringe around the lettering (like
> shadows) to ensure legibility of the text in the image against an
> arbitrary background colour.
> --
> Spartanicus

Received on Monday, 23 April 2007 14:51:55 UTC