- From: Neredbojias <me@http://www.neredbojias.net/_eml/fliam.php>
- Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 21:07:39 +0000 (UTC)
On 08 May 2008, question.boy@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I developed a very straight forward html page using dreamweaver. I
spent hours (I'm learning) to get the layout and colors just right.
Now that I have put it in place, a couple user commented on the
colors. When I saw the page on there PCs the colors are completly
different from that which appears on my laptop. Why is there a
difference and how can I set it up so what I develop is actually what
the person at the other end will see as well?
The "why" has already been sufficiently addressed, but as to "how", it's
simple. Make the entire site in black-and-white! To amplify, I mean not
black-black and white-white but perhaps silver (#c0c0c0) for text and
something like #383838 for background. If you have image-thumbs, grayscale
them and reduce the colors to 16 or even less. The page will look good and
you won't suffer the heartbreak of achromoticy.
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