Re: Colour...How???

ccoleman@colma.com
Thu, 26 Oct 95 22:26:49 PDT


From: ccoleman@colma.com
Message-Id: <Chameleon.951026223638.ccoleman@>
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 95 22:26:49 PDT
To: mmorgan@chat.caleton.ca
Cc: www-html@w3.org
Subject: RE: Colour...How???

On Oct 26, 1995 Mark Morgan Wrote:

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>Hi..
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>  I am pretty new at this HTML stuff so please excuse my stupidity....
> I don't understand how the colour scheme works ex. #00ffff  can
>someone please tell me the different codes for different colours.
>Thanks in advance....
>
>
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Hi Mark, ;-)
 
First, you need to know that this is not a "How-Do-I..." list.
 
But, to answer your question:
 
 the color scheme is an RGB triplet.
 
 This means that each pair of the group is the number for one color value.
 
 So, "#000000" is Red=0 Green=0 Blue=0
 
 And, "#ffffff" is Red=255 Green=255 Blue=255
 
Some good sites to get some on-line info and tables are:
 
 http://www.infi.net/wwwimages/colorindex.html
 
 http://www.phoenix.net/~jacobson/rgb.html
 
 http://ibis.nott.ac.uk/~plxtb/home.html
 
Hope this helps you.
 
Later,
 
 
Curtis E. Coleman
CyberNaut
 
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