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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