For a long time, it's been a web design no-no to use black fonts on a white background. I don't know the specific reason, but it just looks "off" ... DaniWeb has been using grey fonts for well over a decade. I do agree, though, that the Google example linked … Read More
@AssertNull: Good old Paint can come to the rescue here.
Took a PrintScreen, pasted it in Paint, Zoomed in twice and used the pipette to suck up the color of the quotation mark at the beinning of a quote. I got an RGB value of 51,51,51 (0,0,0 would be completely … Read More
in addition to **Ddanbe's** suggestion: with Google Chrome, right click a word in this post, choose **Inspect**, it will open the *Web Developer Console,* click on **Computed:** from there you get all the style information about the inspected element. Read More
>I know that you're about to respond with same argument
Well that's a tad presumptuous, but why not? I'll quote myself.
> one of my main rules is that if there is no reason to alienate a potential customer, don't do it. What target demographic do they lose by making … Read More