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here's the basic code.
SO, here are 7 distinct examples:
(notice how examples #6 and #7 use the same linking color, which is being used by the forum administrator).
I would strongly recommend this. And simply keep it typical.
This method can also be applied to CSS Buttons, as well.
Usually, these Buttons are limited to coloring a few shades.
Otherwise, the Button's Text won't be visible when highlighted.
For example; when the following CSS button gets highlighted using a dark color, it's no longer readable.
This problem can be rectified using this new granddaddy of HTML technique:
off course, this New Method produces superior graphics.
In this case; the highlighted text now becomes white, brushed against a dark blue background.
Note: rarely do I tamper with the shading features in CSS Buttons.
However, in this case; I've altered the Text-Shadowing near the end.
The initial text-shadow:1px 1px 1px #ffffff; has been changed to text-shadow:0px 0px 0px #ffffff;
when big changes are made, the colors can have an negative effect:
It's certainly worth mentioning:
the changes can be minor, as well.
In this case, notice how the text only becomes a little darker when highlighted.
my other button
The new onmouseout style color #3c3c3c is the same as within the CSS Code.
check out color:#3c3c3c; color of text within the style type="text/css" code.
Or, just for laughs, change them, and see exactly what happens.
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