background-color - background color: transparent - ¿Por qué HTML cree que "chucknorris" es un color?

style=background-color html / html / browser

¿Cómo es que ciertas cadenas aleatorias producen colores cuando se introducen como colores de fondo en HTML? Por ejemplo:

<body bgcolor="chucknorris"> test </body>

Igor Burago



Answer #1

Algunos ejemplos:

oooFoooFoooF
000F 000F 000F                <- replace, pad and chunk
0F 0F 0F                      <- leading zeros truncated
0F 0F 0F                      <- truncated to 2 characters from right

oooFooFFoFFF
000F 00FF 0FFF                <- replace, pad and chunk
00F 0FF FFF                   <- leading zeros truncated
00 0F FF                      <- truncated to 2 characters from right

ABCooooooABCooooooABCoooooo
ABC000000 ABC000000 ABC000000 <- replace, pad and chunk
BC000000 BC000000 BC000000    <- truncated to 8 characters from left
BC BC BC                      <- truncated to 2 characters from right

AoCooooooAoCooooooAoCoooooo
A0C000000 A0C000000 A0C000000 <- replace, pad and chunk
0C000000 0C000000 0C000000    <- truncated to 8 characters from left
C000000 C000000 C000000       <- leading zeros truncated
C0 C0 C0                      <- truncated to 2 characters from right

Mostrar fragmento de código

function parseColor(input) {
  // todo: return error if input is ""
  input = input.trim();
  // todo: return error if input is "transparent"
  // todo: return corresponding #rrggbb si la entrada es un color con nombre
  // todo: return #rrggbb si la entrada coincide con #rgb
  // todo: replace unicode code points greater than U+FFFF with 00
  if (input.length > 128) {
    input = input.slice(0, 128);
  }
  if (input.charAt(0) === "#") {
    input = input.slice(1);
  }
  input = input.replace(/[^0-9A-Fa-f]/g, "0");
  while (input.length === 0 || input.length % 3 > 0) {
    input += "0";
  }
  var r = input.slice(0, input.length / 3);
  var g = input.slice(input.length / 3, input.length * 2 / 3);
  var b = input.slice(input.length * 2 / 3);
  if (r.length > 8) {
    r = r.slice(-8);
    g = g.slice(-8);
    b = b.slice(-8);
  }
  while (r.length > 2 && r.charAt(0) === "0" && g.charAt(0) === "0" && b.charAt(0) === "0") {
    r = r.slice(1);
    g = g.slice(1);
    b = b.slice(1);
  }
  if (r.length > 2) {
    r = r.slice(0, 2);
    g = g.slice(0, 2);
    b = b.slice(0, 2);
  }
  return "#" + r.padStart(2, "0") + g.padStart(2, "0") + b.padStart(2, "0");
}

$(function() {
  $("#input").on("change", function() {
    var input = $(this).val();
    var color = parseColor(input);
    var $cells = $("#result tbody td");
    $cells.eq(0).attr("bgcolor", input);
    $cells.eq(1).attr("bgcolor", color);

    var color1 = $cells.eq(0).css("background-color");
    var color2 = $cells.eq(1).css("background-color");
    $cells.eq(2).empty().append("bgcolor: " + input, "<br>", "getComputedStyle: " + color1);
    $cells.eq(3).empty().append("bgcolor: " + color, "<br>", "getComputedStyle: " + color2);
  });
});
body { font: medium monospace; }
input { width: 20em; }
table { table-layout: fixed; width: 100%; }
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.12.4/jquery.min.js"></script>

<p><input id="input" placeholder="Enter color e.g. chucknorris"></p>
<table id="result">
  <thead>
    <tr>
      <th>Left Color</th>
      <th>Right Color</th>
    </tr>
  </thead>
  <tbody>
    <tr>
      <td>&nbsp;</td>
      <td>&nbsp;</td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
      <td>&nbsp;</td>
      <td>&nbsp;</td>
    </tr>
  </tbody>
</table>