Ok this is kind of embarissing but i cant remember the code to change the color of internet explorer when viewing a website...i remember htmlgoodies did have it before(quite a while ago actually)
i suppose you mean the text and backgroundcolor.
In that case it is:
text="#xxxxxx" and bgcolor="#xxxxxx"
Change the colour of the entire browser???
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Probably means the scrollbar in IE. I don't know of anyway to change the toolbars, menubar, etc.
yeah the scroll bar and such heh....sorry been a long day and im full of turkey so to lazy to think :P (its canadian turkey day )
Use the following CSS code to change individual component colours of the scrollbar. (The names pretty much give away what colours they change)
Add the following between the <head>...</head> tags of your webpage document:
PS> if your not comfortable using HEX colour coding, you can use simple worded colours e.g. scrollbar-face-color: red; etc....
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ahh it was a css code, thats why i got confused looking for it. thought it was html or dhtml heh
Note that those attributes aren't standard: they will only work for Internet Explorer. Also, I wouldn't reccomend changing those colours...leave the GUI alone, eh? In the design aspect, it's like trying to tell a buyer what frame to use.
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