How do you create a color code?

Hex color codes start with a pound sign or hashtag (#) and are followed by six letters and/or numbers. The first two letters/numbers refer to red, the next two refer to green, and the last two refer to blue. The color values are defined in values between 00 and FF (instead of from 0 to 255 in RGB).

What is a color chart used for?

Color reference charts are used for color comparisons and measurements such as checking the color reproduction of an imaging system, and calibration and/or profiling of digital input devices such as digital cameras, and scanners and output display systems like printers, monitors and projectors.

What are some color codes?

Major hexadecimal color codes

Color Name Color Code
Purple #800080
Yellow #FFFF00
Lime #00FF00
Magenta #FF00FF

How do I add color code in HTML?

The most common way of coloring HTML text is by using hexadecimal color codes (Hex code for short). Simply add a style attribute to the text element you want to color – a paragraph in the example below – and use the color property with your Hex code.

How do you read a color chart?

When reading a chart, you generally read the odd-numbered rows from right to left and the even-numbered rows from left to right, unless otherwise specified. You read the chart in this way simply because you work your first row after the foundation chain from right to left and the second row from left to right.

What color code is black?

RGB color table

HTML / CSS Name Hex Code #RRGGBB Decimal Code (R,G,B)
Black #000000 (0,0,0)
White #FFFFFF (255,255,255)
Red #FF0000 (255,0,0)
Lime #00FF00 (0,255,0)