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Gradcolor can be used in a webpage as the body bgcolor but only classic users can see it unless you put your whole page in a table..The code for gradcolor on a webpage would look like this.. <<>html> <<>head> <<>title> <<>/title> <<>/head> <<>body bgcolor="anycolor" text="anycolor" vlink="anycolor" link="anycolor"> <<>table bgcolor="any-color" gradcolor="any-color" width="100%"> <<>tr> <<>td> here is where you would put the rest of your webpage codes.. you can add gradangle to the code for some interesting affects <<>/td> <<>/tr> <<>/table> <<>/body> <<>/html>

Gradcolor can not be used for your e-mail background.. you can only use it in a table in you sig body... for gradcolor in your sig body your code should look like this..

The code for the gradcolor table above is..

The table above has gradangle=45 added to the code..

The table above has gradangle=-45 added to the code..

The table above has gradangle=90 added to the code..

The table above has gradangle=-90 added to the code..


The biggest gradangle you can get is 90 degrees or -90 degrees. to get more angle just reverse your bgcolor and gradcolor colors..

The table above has the bgcolor and gradcolor reversed..

The table above has gradangle=45 added to the code..

The table above has gradangle=-45 added to the code..

The table above has gradangle=90 added to the code..

The table above has gradangle=-90 added to the code..

All these codes above are for tables.. which you would use for your sig body after your <<>html><<>body bgcolor="anycolor" text="anycolor">Then insert your table code for gradcolor..<<>/body> <<>/html>

you can use any color names, rgb or hex numbers to get the effect you want..

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The gradcolor codes can be used on a webpage without a bgcolor.
the code would look like this in your <<>body<>> tag..
<<>body gradcolor="anycolor" gradangle="number"<>>.. but only classic users can see it if a plus user visits your page they will get the default grey bgcolor..

Good luck using gradcolor and have fun with it...