Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps
Okay, here we go. This one is super simple AND you can actually play around with it to change the flow of the colors. First off, the script. Just cut and paste what's below. Paste the whole deal without changing the configuration or the spacing between the items. That can corrupt it. Here you go:
The Script Is Here
Paste the script right under your <HTML> command, before the title commands. In this position it will run before putting up any text. Then write the rest of your page as you would any other.
Changing ColorsLook at the second of the two scripts where it states:
// black to black (pause)
Notice it has names of colors and then those strange six-number codes. Those are hex codes. You'll find a ton of them (140 to be exact) in my So, You Want A Basics Color Code, Huh? tutorial. Now, I don't know how much you can actually play with this script -- I would keep a clean copy handy -- but I changed the final codes so it ended on white rather than black and it worked. I don't believe you have to change the names of the colors. It worked without me doing it one time. So, try a few other combinations and please let me know what happened. I'll pass the word along.
Man, these tutorials are getting too easy! I should start bringing Plato into them. He was big into the Net. I'll bet you didn't know that.
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