Last modified: 2007-05-19 21:23:58 UTC
If you're viewing the feed in a website that uses white text color, the text is
unreadable because it's white on white.
When specifying a background color, one should always set a text color, or
completely remove colors.
WRONG: style="background-color: white;" (background color specified without text
WRONG: style="color: black;" (text color specified without background color)
RIGHT: style="background-color: white; color: black"
Solution 1: completely remove all colors from the RSS feed
Solution 2: If specifying a background color, a text color should also be specified
Does anyone know where the code for this is stored. I have been through tons of
files and still can't find it. Please excuse me being a noob.
The CSS in skins/common/feed.css does set the color to black and background to
white, as far as I can tell.
Yes it does. Possibly the comment was about the generated content. The
'description' field includes table definitions that have background-color set to
white, but no color attribute.
E.g. (from the linked URL):
> <description><p><span class="autocomment">Key features
> <table border='0' width='98%' cellpadding='0' cellspacing='4'
Committed as r22271.