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    If you want to directly code colors, remember that it is in the order of RGB (Red Green and Blue)

    And the brightness of each color is in a range of 0-255 or 0- #FF in hex.

    So for Orange, you can enter:

    #f90; into your CSS declaration where we have bright red mixed with medium green and no blue.

    Or for yellow, go with: #ff0;

    To get more granular (precise), you can expand out the bit range such as with:

    #f8f8f8; for off-white

    In hex there are 16 values as per: 0123456789abcdef

    These are the brightness levels that you can use.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy101 View Post
    If you want to directly code colors, remember that it is in the order of RGB (Red Green and Blue)

    And the brightness of each color is in a range of 0-255 or 0- #FF in hex.

    So for Orange, you can enter:

    #f90; into your CSS declaration where we have bright red mixed with medium green and no blue.

    Or for yellow, go with: #ff0;

    To get more granular (precise), you can expand out the bit range such as with:

    #f8f8f8; for off-white

    In hex there are 16 values as per: 0123456789abcdef

    These are the brightness levels that you can use.


    web 2.0 color Palette | Anant Shrivastava : Techno Enthusiast
    this might help some.

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