When your web design can’t match your black background
I’ve been working on a new black web design project for a client and it seems like I’m getting stuck in a trap.
I’m looking at a project with a white background and black text, and I’m not quite sure how to get that text to work with the black background.
This is my attempt at a workaround.
So far I’ve had to do the following: 1.
Change the white text to a white gradient 2.
Adjust the white background to match the black gradient 3.
Make the white border black to make it easier to read.
What’s going on here?
I’m going to use the following code snippet as an example of the code that I’ll be using to implement the workaround.
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