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Tip of the Day
Language: Web
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 17, 2001

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Alter Your Browser's Scrollbar Colour


There are CSS attributes responsible for controlling the scrollbar's coloring, everything from the background, foreground, to the little arrow at the two ends of the scrollbar.
 
<style>
BODY{
scrollbar-face-color:#DFFFBF;
scrollbar-shadow-color:red;
}
</style>
<BODY>
--Your Normal code goes here
</BODY>

These attributes can be applied not only to the BODY element, but basically any element on your page that contains a scrollbar (such as <TEXTAREA>), for refinement.

Also, the CSS attributes relating to scrollbar coloring are scriptable. For example:
 
<script>
//changes color of scrollbar arrows to blue
document.body.style.scrollbarArrowColor="blue"
</script>

NOTE: This works only in IE 5.5 and higher Browser versions.
Anil Bhimavarapu
 
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