> Most likely NN4.x, which has a tendency to interpret 'transparent'
> as 'black' (and 'inherit' as a really awful shade of yellow-green).
> Apparently it takes any color value it doesn't recognize and tries to
> interpret it as a hexadecimal value, even when the value clearly
> isn't in hex. That leads to some odd effects. I once tried feeding
> NN4.x random words to see what colors resulted. Most of them came
> out black, but a few words yielded some really wacky colors. I wish
> I could remember what they were.
Ta-da. I was bored. I'd been meaning to do something like it anyway.
It takes what you feed it in puts it in as the background-color. I mean
to do something similar for the BGCOLOR="" property. I also mean to add
a button to let you add colors you like to a list that all users can try
Eric, your name comes out as a lovely shade of purple. I'm a nice blue.
"css-discuss" is a sort of yellowish ick.
Ahem. Well. Anything to avoid homework.