My assertion was that anyone who has gone to the effort of changing
the browsers background color is well prepared to deal with the mess
they make if they choose black for instance, i.e. those same people
are also likely to have user level css applied in addition to deal
with when this happens. I think this just happens to be one of his pet
Actually, I am tempted to agree with Saša on this one - if *you* set a
foreground color, *you* should set a background color. A default
background should not apply if you override the foreground.
I think Saša / Zeldman are talking about using a "default background"
from the browser - on the other hand, if the user sets his browser to
overwrite the colors specified by the page, then both the background and
foreground colors are affected. Also (as John said), the user has
clearly chosen to see it differently.
11/9/2008 | 3:35 AM.
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