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Color Theory, Color Wheel and Combining Colors, Colors on the Web

Color Theory, Color Wheel and Combining Colors, Colors on the Web
Welcome to Colors on the Web. This website is dedicated to color theory and the use of colors in design. Whether you are a blogger who needs ideas for a color scheme or a designer in search of some color inspiration, the tools presented here should give you a starting point. My hope is that this site will give web designers a better understanding of color theory and the importance of colors as it applies to web design. Some of the topics we try to cover include:Color Theory The science of how to use and combine colors The Color Wheel The Color Wheel is the basis for it all

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Web Color How computers display color Computer monitors (and television screens) display colors using the RGB color space. Red, green, and blue are the primary colors, and all other colors are created by combining the primaries. Colors are specified with three values, one each for red, green, and blue. The values specify the intensity of the colors, from 0 (none) to 255 (full intensity). CSS Ribbon Menu - StumbleUpon - Pentadactyl Use CSS3 transitions and CSS2 pseudo-elements to create an animated navigation ribbon with minimal markup. February 1, 2012 Browser Support IE8 and IE9 do not support CSS3 transitions, so the hover state will not be animated for those browsers.

Current style in web design In this article I try to sum up the current state-of-the-art in graphic design for web pages (late 2006, but still highly relevant today), and identify the distinctive features that make a modern web page look fresh, appealing and easy to use. The key feature of modern web design is simplicity. To learn how to apply simple web design to your own sites, you need to read “Save the Pixel – The Art of Simple Web Design”, which takes you through a full set of simple design tools, illustrated with 22 before & after redesigns. Free screen color picker from ColorSchemer [pc]FREEv1.1ColorSchemer ColorPix ColorPix is a useful little color picker that grabs the pixel under your mouse and transforms it into a number of different color formats. You can use the built-in magnifier to zoom in on your screen, click on a color value to copy it directly to the clipboard, and even keep ColorPix on top of all other apps and out of the way. Best of all, there's nothing to install - just download the tiny app and off you go. So grab it now, it's FREE! ColorPix Screenshots

Color Palette Generator Color Palette Generator #ffeeff #ffccdd #eeaaaa dull #33aa77 Color Picker - HTML Color Code Picker Use this Hex Color Picker to quickly select the desired hexadecimal (HEX) Color Codes for your web page. Pick the HTML Color by moving vertical slider and selecting the desired color from the color picker box. Use radio buttons to change the Hex Color Code selection scheme. This will help to you to choose the exact HTML color code for your website. Web Safe Colors If you want to use only web safe color codes for your HTML document, just click inside the below textbox and select desired html color from the popped-up color code box.

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Get Colors from Image With the magic of HTML5 you can get colors from any image with this simple online tool. To use this new color tool it's recomended that you upgrade your web browser to the latest version.(For the full HTML5 support). Step 1: Select image from your computer and click "Show image" button.

Sortable Color Table The table shown below represents the named colors that form part of CSS Color Module Level 3, derived from the SVG 1.0 specification. Each color is depicted in a row, with a 1) color swatch, 2) its standardized name, 3) its hue, saturation, and lightness (according to the HSL color space), 4) its representation as an HSL-formatted CSS style property value, 5) its red, green, and blue channel levels (according to the sRGB color space), and 6) its hex formatted RGB value. What makes the table most compelling is that it is sortable by any one of the colors' properties, so you can get a sense of how properties such as hue, saturation, lightness, red level, etc. relate to different colors by sorting on those properties - in either ascending or descending order.

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