I have a page that due to CMS requirements has an embedded background color style on an element that contains text
<span style="background-color: #000">[text]</span>, the colour varies but in some instances will always be black.
When this is returned by Google webcache in text-only mode, the inline styles render in the browser and show plain black text on a black background as the main css styles aren't available to make it display correctly.
The page is rendered correctly in the full-version view.
As this is text-only, the visual error is due to the browser rendering the inline style, the question is, does this affect the way that Google sees and potentially ranks the page based on the text being hidden.
I'm aware that this question may solicit speculation, what I would like to know is if anyone has any evidence wither way.