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<img class="blogimg" src="http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/epicenter/2009/12/ffcolorpicker.jpg" /> HTML5 is changing more than just websites — it’s changing the capabilities of browsers, as well. For example, a very clever use of the HTML5 canvas tag allows developer Heather Arthur’s Rainbow color scheme add-on for Firefox to extract a color palette from any webpage . Because browser add-ons — those in Firefox and Chrome anyway — can be built using HTML, they too can take advantage of HTML5′s new tools. In Arthur’s case, that means using the HTML5 <canvas> element to load the entire web page and then use the getImageData function to extract colors.
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