What color is the Web? Well, if you look at all the pages that set a bgcolor and average it, the answer is a slightly blue-greenish light gray. The light gray is easy to understand; most pages are white (67.4%), some are black (6.09%) or gray (6.06%). However, this leaves 20.4% that are colored.

By: Danial Gruhl

Published in: RJ10320 in 2004


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