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Chapter 13. Color

Chapter 13. Color

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Under CSS1 and CSS2, color values were rolled together into what was called the Color and Background family of properties. This is because there was only a single color property — color — and it didn't make any sense to put it into its own family, even though its effects were not limited solely to setting colored backgrounds. The new proposed CSS3 color module now puts color into its own separate family, adding a number of related properties to it as well as extending the ways in which you can specify color values. Even without this, the color property provided a much broader range of choices for Web authors than when using HTML. It is really the way to set color to any element on a Web page.


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