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    Junior Member Tonic's Avatar
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    Hey, I'm not sure if this should be in the java forum, but we'll see

    I need a script, or code to have a set of styles to chose from for my whole site. Example: Drop down menu with a list of avalible colour schemes, and loads the corisponding scheme / style sheet. Than, I want it to be able to cookie the user and rememer their preference.

    I know you need a little more than HTML, but I'm just not quite sure if their is such script availible!

    Thanks for any and all help!

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    Senior Member [Li] Brad's Avatar
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    You can use pretty much anything to work with that. The easiest way would be to just have a bunch of different stylesheets (.css files) and use something like PHP or JavaScript to link to the different stylesheets and then reload the page.

    [Li] Brad
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    Junior Member Tonic's Avatar
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    Yea, that's what I had in mind. Only thing is, I wouldn't know how to code the php, or java for that matter to do that. I just thought there might be a pre-made script like that out there .

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    Try googling it.

    http://www.google.com

    Try to search for something to d with website skinning or something.


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    Take a look at this post by JR. He made an entry for one of our monthly contests a while back that does what you're trying to do. Uses CSS and Javascript. Look, Learn, but don't copy!

    http://www.webdesignforums.net/showt...3090#post73083

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    Junior Member Tonic's Avatar
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    Haha, thanks!

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    great scirpt

    great idea


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