When we right align boxes (such as text boxes or amazon capsules) we have the choice to make their background blue or grey. I was wondering if we could have some more colours added - such as pale green, peach and pale yellow. Since we can't add colour anywhere else but pictures, it would be nice to have some different choices just for that extra something to make a comment or product stand out.
Could be good, the current colours are fine for me, but for others, especially those who have more artistic hub content, I am sure it would be appreciated!
Don't forget that this is a shared site. You want people to go from one page to another and not have a jarring experience. I think the the way it is, is fine.
If you want more individuality, your own site is the way to go. I've been working in lime and pink with a touch of wine red all day.
I agree, but I do think they could include a couple more choices - just for the highlight color - without upsetting the apple cart.
That's why I suggested peach, and pale green and yellow. As long as they are pastel colours (no bright citrus or fluro colours), they can just add a touch of colour that will draw the readers eye without going over the top.
I'm another one who'd vote for a couple of choices other than "objectionable blue" and "drab gray". A little cream-color or a hint of light sage shouldn't be too jarring.
I think that's a good idea. Keep it simple, but add just a tad of color.
by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
I use a lot of tables and it would be great if you could highlight a cell using a colored background. You can apply 'bold' to a row, column or cell - how about allowing a user to highlight using a background color - even one would be great.Thanks, Cheers
by Whitney 9 years ago
So, I got a little excited when I scrolled to the right of my screen while doing an edit, and noticed that there was a colored background, but it sure enough disappeared...I was thinking something like the below shot would be an interesting thought to have the center white where the hub would read,...
by Thomas Swan 5 years ago
Currently we only have blue and grey for the background of text and amazon boxes. I'm sure people would appreciate a larger range! I have one hub in particular that could benefit from a soft red background on some text boxes.
by Paul Maplesden 5 years ago
Hi folks,I know, it's *another* suggestion from me, but y'know, if you're going to demonstrate that you listen to, act on and welcome our suggestions, what can you expect? (Seriously, it's great that you guys are so responsive and have the best interests of the community at heart, so I'm very...
by Nickpetrou 5 years ago
I'm a new Hubber and I must confess I'm starting to like it here. The Hubpages community has a nice vibe ,plenty of interaction between members and a whole lot of new things to learn and explore through an immense variety of hubs.My only suggestion (so far) would probably be to see more color on...
by Gary Anderson 9 years ago
I have seen where having an adsense in the top left of a website gets alot of clicks. That pretty square blog at the right towards the middle of the hubpage should be moved to the top left. There would be more clicks. Or could you test it on some hubs. Try mine first, lol.
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