Preventing A Colour From Getting Too Light To Or Dark?
May 11, 2010
I have a colour picker on my site, see it at [URL]Now I want to change the colour of the links on the page, don't worry I know how to do all this.
It's just if someone chooses full black (#000000) the theme looks awesome, but the links on the dark background are invisible.
Similarly if someone chooses full white (#ffffff) then you can't see the text on the white background.
So I want to know if you geniuses can make it so when a variable containing a hex, like #000000 is set as the main colour, then the link colour is changed to #666666 so you can still see it, but I want it to work with colours, so if you had #360000 (dark red) then the link colour would be something like #a10000.
I hope I have explained it well enough for you to understand, here is my code to change the background:
here is my code so far.
I want the page to be initially set to the brown colour, then I want the user to be able to choose their own colour.
On various video sites you can click cinema mode and the page goes dark, whilst you watch the video.
On my page I have a box which appears, where the user enters their name and email address. But I would like the box to remain active and in view. While the rest of the page goes darker and unusable, Like on the video player websites
I'm trying unsuccessfully to get some text links to change & restore their colour.
Referencing this link - there are 3 text links at the top of the page, which scroll to different anchor points on the same page.I need the following to happen: On hover, change colour (easy using css) On click link A, change colour When clicking link B, link A restores to original colour.
Can a foto that is being viewed via the Lightbox effect be also hyperlinked? For example look at this page: http://www.anoox.com/test/lbox/test_1.htm
If you know about Light box effect you know that the regular href tag for linking an image into a web page is taken over by the light box effect to show the larger version of the image in the light box window, so then how can such an image that is loaded into light box window be hyperlinked itself?
And if you know how, can you kindly show a few examples?
Since I changed hosts for my web site Ive had a few creases to iron out. I'm hoping this is the last one...
Basically on this page http://www.pauserefreshment.co.uk/go...arch_2010.html i had a really cool light box effect pulled from this site code...
Unfortunately it no longer works :-( Ive checked the file paths and cant see the problem. I'm totally foxed. The CSS and java script files look the same so I just cannot fathom why when you point over an image on this page http://www.pauserefreshment.co.uk/go...arch_2010.html the light box effect remains disabled.
[code]If you step into this code in a debugger, obj is correctly passed into genSendButton as an object of the appropriate class. The code in the if(obj.msNotified == 0) clause generates an error. The var obj resolves to NPanlel: (this happens to be the class of the object). Regardless of how I try to pass obj into the method sendNotification it doesn't resolve to an object. Can anyone shed any light on where my omission of intelligence is occurring?
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Where I work there are certain dates where nothing can be done, certain times where work can be done with caution, and dates where work can be done. I want to put on the site a traffic light that would change colours based on the calendar dates where work can/can't be done.
For example, if April 11th there is stuff to do, the traffic light would be green. But April 12th, there isn't work to do, it would turn red. Do you know how I would go about doing this?
I have to JS scripts running on a page, one is a fading slide-show acting as a header and the other is a light-box like image gallery. When I view a picture in the "light-box" mode it sits underneath the fading slide-show and I want it to be on top of everything - much like setting the z-index in css. Although I don't think this is the way to solve this.
Anyway, you can check what I'm talking about here: [url]
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So I am trying to disable the button as soon as it is clicked, and as soon as it's done, re-enable it again.
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