From: Ron Klinkien <ron@za...> - 2001-11-30 11:54:46
> I have not tried changing background colors on the IA5 pages. bgcolor not
> do it??
In every index.html I made there is one bgcolor hard coded, there was no
way since Audrey's default browser doesn't support stylesheets.
On my Apache/PHP server I simply do this:
<body bgcolor="<?php echo $mybgcol?>"
Perhaps we must make some perl/mh equivalent of this working for shtml tag
From: Bruce Winter <bruce@mi...> - 2001-12-01 03:07:51
> >Interestingly, the Audries and Netscape load the page only once,
> but IE 6.0
> >loads it each second :(
> Try hitting the refresh button in IE6, now it works like the
I tried refresh, but IE 6.0 still spins the globe once a second. Probably
not a big deal as most uses would not be on the desktop with IE 6.0.
> >I have not tried changing background colors on the IA5 pages.
> bgcolor not
> >do it??
> It worked for the main page, the top, and bottom, but on
> subsequent pages it
> didn't seem to have any effect. If you did a view source the bgcolor
> variable had been changed to 000000.
I added this:
<body bgcolor="#888800" >
I just tried changing entertain/menu.html and main.html and i.e. 6 showed
the new color on both those pages.
Do you have a more specific example?
From: Bruce Winter <bruce@mi...> - 2001-12-01 04:40:12
> >I tried refresh, but IE 6.0 still spins the globe once a second.
> >not a big deal as most uses would not be on the desktop with IE 6.0.
> Weird, for me after I hit the refresh button, IE6 stops reloading but does
> continue keeping time.
I remember now. I had set the IE 'check for new versions of stored files'
(under Tools, General, Temp. Internet files, Settings) from Automatic to
'Every visit to page'. Switching it back, the clock only loads once.
I don't recall what problems I had with the default Automatic setting.
Guess I'll leave it this way and find out :)
> >I added this:
> > <body bgcolor="#888800" >
> >I just tried changing entertain/menu.html and main.html and i.e. 6 showed
> >the new color on both those pages.
> You're right, It worked perfectly, I don't know what I did wrong
> last time.
> Must be running low on brain cells......Thanks
Ok good deal. Not the low brain cell thing, but the working perfectly