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  1. I created an iframe to display some text. I set the background color of the iframe to white. The iframe is inside a div element called "content." The colors work fine as long as I keep the height a certain number. (It's not clear what the exact number is, and it's probably dependent on other factors which I haven't figured out yet.) If I increase the height of the iframe beyond that, the background color of the area below the "cutoff" height takes on the same color as the enclosing div element. Here's the definition for div.content: div.content { position: absolute; top: 0;
  2. I have been trying to create a page with a color gradient background using CSS: body { background-image:-moz-linear-gradient(top, #000029 50%, #000080 100%); } But when I render the page, the gradient extends only as far as the content, and then repeats to fill the screen. How can I make it so that it renders the gradient to the full browser window, regardless of the content? When I replace the body background-image attribute with a background-color attribute, it renders to the full screen, as I would expect. Perhaps this can not be done, or maybe there is a workaround?
  3. So, I have a general question. I learned javascript on codecademy, which doesn't teach much just very basic javascript concepts. This leaves me wondering how to do many basic things that could be applied to programs. One general question I have couldmake a program I am working on right now much cooler. My question is, how do use javascript to change the background-color of anything. I do not have a specific code to share, but here is my html: <!DOCTYPE html><html><head> <link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css'/> <script src='script.js'></script>&
  4. I have a page of 100 links, that looks like this:<br>[~Most-Used]<a href="www.hotmail.com/?">hotmail.com</a><br>[~Most-Used]<a href="http://alternativeto.net/">AlternativeToSoftwares</a><br>[~Most-Used]<a href="http://jsdo.it/vmars316/asdf/edit">jsdo.it javascript</a><br>[~Most-Used]<a href="http://www.portablefreeware.com/?">portablefreeware.com/</a><br>[Arduino]<a href="http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php#2">~arduino.cc/forum</a><br>[Arduino]<a href="http://arduino.cc/playground/">~arduino.cc/
  5. I've tried to use this to make the body background-color a bit of opacity: * { background-color: black; -moz-opacity: 0.8; opacity:.80; filter: alpha(opacity=80); } It does not work on a background but a div.
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