The code shown in the browser is actually an example of how you can use this library to change the background color of your webpage.
Its also easy to break your site because you’re not using the correct syntax for your color values. For example, you can use the values #000000 for the border and black for the background. Its also easy to get confused with colors if you use the wrong syntax, but thats a topic for a different day.
I also recommend using CSS for your background colors. It’s not your default color scheme, but its pretty easy to set up. It has a lot of cool tricks like this: for example, it uses the border-top to make the background color lighter and the border-bottom to make the background color lighter. Its also a great way to use colors when you’re actually in search of a specific color (or color combination) you want to apply to your site.
CSS is also great for making your site easier to view on different devices. By applying the background color in CSS you can make a site look exactly the same on your smartphone or tablet as it does on your desktop computer.
This one is a great way to apply background colors in a way that is much more obvious. If you’re writing a piece of code, you could use this method for making the code look much easier on a computer monitor.