and here's why you can't...by mennonite (no login)
1. they are background colors, and e0e0e0 which is half as close (+2 vs +1) as dddddd is, and you can see e0e0e0 against dedede pretty clearly as a background. it creates the appearace if a seam. you can bet dddddd would have the same effect against dedede.
2. why the hell would i use ddd to represent hex dddddd? they're not the same number at all... if anything ddd should be d0d0d0... so i'm doing this mathematically (and to those that know real html :P) confusing thing why, tosave typing three letters? yeah, so if that's so, explain why bgcolor becomes background-color? to save typing again, right?
your fake language makes no goddamned sense, retarded monkeys leftover from an experiment on crack addiction could have done better, and *andre v1ctor* could have done ALMOST as well as them! my advice: when you peddle CSS, call it FBCSS, so people have some warning, and failing that, how about CSSD,D,D?!
3. nothing personal. CSS JUST F***ING SUCKS. it has a few advantages worth adding to html (for people that don't wish it was more like php or PERL in difficulty level)... other than that, it blows goats. no point listening to your religious blather all day long without a second perspective.
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|Thinking more along the lines of: <body style="background-color: rgb(222, 222, 222);"&g||Pete on Feb 4|
|Funny, the above didn't post right. Must be a cut and paste problem...here:||Pete on Feb 4|