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    Angry They have me editing CSS!

    They have me editing CSS. They have me taking the already cut gifs and re-coloring them. I can't find the background color on the CSS page. What's going on here?

    Aren't I supposed to get the original photoshop file and re-slice it and export it? Is taking the already sliced gifs and duplicating them the correct way of doing things?

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    SitePoint Wizard silver trophybronze trophy Nadia P's Avatar
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    Exactly who is making you do all these horrible things? and to what purpose? :-)

    Nadia

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    the devil made him do it, Nadia, the devil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadia P View Post
    Exactly who is making you do all these horrible things? and to what purpose? :-)

    Nadia
    Hi, I'm serious. Is this the way CSS is edited? I really would like to know if this is the way the CSS industry edits pages.
    Thanks for your answer and help.

    Oh, and it's my superior who is asking me to do this in order to change the color scheme of the pages.

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    CSS can't edit the colors of images. If an image has a transparent background, then you can either look for the background-image property or look for a hexidecimal value in the background property itself.

    You're going to have to find the HTML element that corresponds with the CSS selector that your Boss From Hell (TM) is requiring you change while holding the cat o' nine tails in his hand waiting for any excuse (real or imagined) to crack it though.


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