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    Web Colors

    Hey i am buildinga website for me and mine friends, we love to go partying and doing kinds of funny stuff our building our own party.

    But mine question is, which colors i shall use, thinking for over some hours what kind of colors i would like to use, and is also very good to read.

    This is the website http://www.picture-plaza.com/blog But i would like to use the 7 photos in grey style and when u hoover over it its a color image.

    Just don`t know which colors the design would suit.

    Any help ?

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    This color picker gives the combinations that go together well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fang
    This color picker gives the combinations that go together well.
    Nice! That is going straight into my bookmarks Thanks!

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    Yea i'm doing a mock up to and that color picker is really nice..
    Easy way to find a good combination of colors

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    Wow that is extremly useful!

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    Hi! What you are trying to do is called an image rollover. It is possible to do with CSS alone as demonstrated here but you will need to view it with FireFox or Opera as Internet Explorer has yet to impliment proper hover control. It works by alternating 2 images (the colour one and the black and white one).
    HTML Code:
    <!-- this is the CSS -->
    #abc {
    	background-image: url(2.jpg);
    	width: 100px;
    	height: 100px;
    }
    	
    #abc:hover {
    	background-image: url(1.jpg); 
    }
    
    <!-- this is the HTML -->
    <div id="abc"></div>
    If you want to do the same with Internet Explorer you will need some Javascript.

    EDIT: If you go to the link above I have added a couple so now you have a CSS rollover, a javascript rollover and a hybrid one.

    Hope this helps!
    Last edited by bokeh; 05-25-2005 at 07:45 PM.

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    Wow,

    Thanx Fang that is really good! Bookmarked that lol

    Cheers
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