Before you start, customised scrollbar designs will only appear in IE5.5 or
higher, if you are using, or your visitors, a lower browser version or a different browser, then
this code will have no effect. Also, if the css is pasted into the head section of your code, it
will only work with html doctypes up to version 4.0. Adding the css to an external stylesheet, however,
will make it work for later html versions. So, if you still want to have a go, this is what you do.
Simply decide what colours you want to use for the different parts of the
scrollbar, using the colour chart, and paste or type the hex values into the appropriate input
fields and press the 'Generate Code' button. Select the generated code by clicking anywhere inside
the text box, then you can copy and paste the resulting css into the head section of the source code
to your page.
When using the colour chart, in addition to selecting a colour and viewing
its code, you can type a code and view its colour. Bear in mind that it is probably best to stick
to the colours in the table as they are the 216 websafe colours.