The colors, question maybe
Just wonder, what's everyone's opinions on black backgrounds? I'm contemplating it, but what are the normal things to keep in mind when deciding on the color?
Last edited by chazzy; 01-08-2006 at 07:15 PM.
Any color text (including white) on a black background is harder to read than black text on a white background. If you feel you really need to go that direction, I'd suggest more of a charcoal gray than pure black.
Well it's more of a nested design - main background is black then there's the actual content in the middle of the screen, this has a white background w/ borders. It looks a little like this
Kind of picture it better?
<div style="width:750px;background-color:#ffffff;color:#CC0000;border:1px solid #c0c0c0;">
Depending on the design a black background can provide focus like a bullseye. The one rule I follow is to experiment with everything I can think of.
Yeah, that's one advantage of using a CSS stylesheet: You can experiment with things like this by just changing one value in one file, the look at the results and see if it's better or worse.
Originally Posted by Reli4nt
Inversed text colour of high contrast is generally used by people with very poor eyesight I few of my blind colleagues generally prefer such design. Though you were referring to a black wallpaper rather than background for the text.
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