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  1. What's the bottom line with the different browsers and working with color now? Using Edge (or IE) my colors appear exactly as I thought I designed them. Fairly recently, Chrome and Opera show the colors as really washed out. Firefox is still showing the original like Edge does. See the image blow (with a color picker). What's the bottom line now? Will we have to redesign and color our icons and logos, or will there be a script which tells the browser to show the colors as we intended them? Or will we just need to get a more modern monitor in the future, so that we can design images and colors more accurately to a standard?
  2. It would be much appreciated if anyone could offer suggestions on how to improve my homepage; www.teenprez.co.uk My slider doesn't look great. However every time I try and redesign it with another photo there seems to be a clash with the grey colour of the Store Messages. Solutions?! Also what do you think of the typography and the logo? Many thanks, Hugo
  3. Hey guys, I've got a little thing here for you pros. HTML: <html> <head> <title>Untitled Document</title> </head> <body> <div id="container"> <div id="bluebox">ON</div> <div id="redbox">ON</div> <div class="clr"></div> </div> </body> </html> CSS: body { background-color:#eee; font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:20px; } #container { width:320px; background-color:#fff; margin:20px auto; padding:40px; line-height:50px; text-align:center; font-weight:bold; } #container:hover { background-color:#FC3; } #bluebox { float:left; width:148px; height:48px; background-color:#0080FF; margin-right:20px; border: solid 1px #fff; } #redbox { float:left; width:148px; height:48px; background-color:#FF2626; border: solid 1px #fff; } .clr {clear:both;} So, basically I want to play around with background colors here. I want to know how I can control the background color of one div by click other divs. I've designed a clear platform here to test on. The container has a plain white bg with a orangy hover bg. When I click "ON" on the blue box, i want the background of #container to change to blue and display "OFF" in the place of ON. When hovering of container while blue/red in ON, there should be no hover effect. When I click "OFF" on the blue box I want the background color of #container to revert back to its original color and display ON again. and the same with red box...click "on" and bg goes red, click "off" and you revert to normal container bg color. If you need further explanation then please ask lol. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  4. ASP.net Buttons colour issue

    Good Morning People , I am having weried problem which really effect my design my layout ...etc , the issue is that I choose the following #3A5673 , in deskto browser the color as i want , when in say desktop browser i mean over windows machine and Mac Machine over Firefox , Safari , Chrome , IE , ...etc as shown in below picture However, the website when i am using it over IPAD the colour totally shade diffrently which is the below I am using ASP.NET 4.5 over server IIS7 , 2008 R 2 So , any body knows how to fixt that and make them with same shade , I know it look silly request but is important to me , so thank you in advance , and help
  5. Hello I have found chart listing colours and their codes at http://www.e-paint.co.uk/BS_Colourchart.asp and made a query as to whether the colours can be converted into RGB values. The reply said although they had not yet been matched with RGB, each colour has Lab and HLC values. I think HTML does not support Lab or HLC: does someone happen to know how to convert them into RGB values? Hope to hear from you, Darth
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