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    Post Colour-coding for IE.

    I use Firefox, as it is a far superior browser but I obviously check my website in IE as well to see how it looks for the unconverted. And I have a problem, I have some colour codes like this
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    <hr width="60%" color="grey">
    For my hr's, and for some reason they come out green in IE, or mine at least, but a the grey I want in FF. I could probably fix this by using hex codes instead of words, but I can't be bothered now, and it is their fault for using IE. Check it out here. Any help anyone?

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    Hi,

    Try gray instead of grey.

    Hope this helps,
    ~David

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    Thumbs up

    That works thanks, but atm cba to update the whole site, so I'll do it bit by bit. Thanks again.

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    No problem. I'm glad it works.

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    Instead of names try using hex. There is a proggie called "Color Cop" which is preaty cool.

    If you want link where you can DownLoad it, PM me.

    Regards,
    Dmitriy


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