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"making shopping cart more attractive"
Posted by Jeff Cashman on Dec-28-99 at 01:00 PM (EST)
Any way to make the shopping cart look more attractive - more integrated with the page? The current distinct border and non-customizable white background within the text area makes it look a bit "clunky" despite its power. It would be a huge improvement if I could somehow take the generated text and place it on a colored background without the white textarea.

Forgive my lack of knowledge about Java.

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fontface?, jc, Dec-30-99, (1)
shopping cart colors, Teri, Mar-01-00, (2)

 

 
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1 . "fontface?"
Posted by jc on Dec-30-99 at 01:22 PM (EST)
Also, is there any way to change fontface?
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2 . "shopping cart colors"
Posted by Teri on Mar-01-00 at 09:30 PM (EST)
Hey Jeff,
If you know what color you want the background of the applet to be you can change that to match your background by adding the background parameter. It uses the RGB color numbers. So say for instance you want the background to blen into a page of cream colors then you'd add the following (don't forget to use the where necessary:

PARAM NAME=background VALUE="255,255,234"

and if you wanted the color of the text to be, say, a dark brown then you'd add this parameter to the applet:

PARAM NAME=textcolor VALUE="108,54,0"

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