Monday, September 20, 2010

Color Website

This time around I just chose to keep my page simple and clean.

Here is a posting of the code:

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "">
<!--title name for the website-->
<title>Color of Choice</title>
<html xmlns="">
<style type="text/css">
body,td,th {
    font-family: Palatino Linotype, Book Antiqua, Palatino, serif;
    font-size: 36pt;
body {
    margin-right: 5em;
    margin-left: 2em;
h1 {
    font-size: 12pt;
    color: #FFF;

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />

<!--the background color-->
<body bgcolor="#000000" text="#FFFFFF">
<!--the main idea of the page-->
<div align="right">

<h1 align="right">            </h1>
<!--The opening paragraph-->
<h1 align="right">For generations upon generations the color black has had a  negative meaning amongst the major population in the western countries.  On the other hand, many other countries  attach positive meanings upon the color.   When delving into the true meaning of black, many, if not more than  positive aspects erupts into view, though some may say that there has to be a  certain level of respect, balancing out the differences when compared to the  vast array of colors.  This rule  especially applies to the equilibrium of black and white, the good and evil,  the yin and yang.  It is the color of  sophistication.</h1>
<h1 align="right">&nbsp;</h1>
<!--The second paragraph-->
<h1 align="right">Black is  not a color, strictly speaking, but the absence of all color. When people speak  of opposites, it is usually in terms of black and white.  Black, and its opposite white, represents  polarities.  Black absorbs all aspects of  light.  While white reveals, black  conceals.  It has come to mean hidden,  fearful or bad experience and is linked to the unknown or the unseen.  In times of fear and uncertainty black  contains the energy of the threatening unknown.   In a positive state, black is seen as a restful emptiness into which  anything may emerge and disappear once again. It is also mysterious, providing  a sense of potential and possibility.<br> 
<h1 align="right">&nbsp;</h1>
<!--The third paragraph-->
<h1 align="right">Black is  both positive and negative.  In most  Western countries black is the color of mourning.  Among young people, black is often seen as a  color of rebellion.  Native Americans  believe black was good because it was the color of soil, which gives life.  A black cat crossing your path is considered  bad luck in many cultures, except for England,  where spotting a black cat is considered good luck.  Recognition of certain achievements is given  to students who are disciplined and skilled with the degree of a black belt in many  martial arts, which is considered the highest level within each discipline.</h1>
<h1 align="right">&nbsp;</h1>
<!--The fourth paragraph-->
<h1 align="right">Black clothing absorbs the  sunlight much more than any other colors, but it makes us look physiologically  slimmer.  Black ties and suits are worn  for the look of sophistication and professionalism.  It is considered elegant, mysterious and sexy  for women whom accessorizes in black fashion.   Many super heroes are cloaked in black like Batman, Zorro and The Men in  Black.  Black is worn in the fashion of  power through Judge's robes, limousines and priest's attire.  Black gemstones symbolize self control and  resilience.  Black stones have protective  energies in the sense that black is the absence of light, and therefore, can be  used to create invisibility.</h1>
<h1 align="right">&nbsp;</h1>
<!--The concluding paragraph-->
<h1 align="right">So, we can  conclude that the meanings of black can differ significantly depending on the  human perception.  For some, black can be  an embodiment of everything dark in life like, death and agony, while for  others, it can represent a new beginning. So, the meaning of this unique color  depends on the sender, as well as the receiver and that is why I love the color of black.</h1>

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