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What is HTML color code? How do I get the color code from color?

HTML color codes are hexadecimal triples representing red, green, and blue (#RRGGBB). Each color that you view on your screen, has a common Hex Color Codes and Their RGB Equivalents.  For example, for red, the color code is #FF0000, which is "255" red, "0" green, and "0" blue. There are 16,777,216 possible HTML color codes, and all are viewable on 24-bit monitors.

HTML color codes are identifiers used to represent colors on the web and other digital assets. Common color codes take the form: keyword name, hexadecimal value, RGB (red, green, blue) triplet or HSL (hue, saturation, lightness) triplet. The different values allow you to choose from 16,777,216 possible colors.

For example:

  • Red = #FF0000 = RGB(255, 0, 0)
  • Blue = #0000FF = RGB(0, 0, 255)
  • Green = #008000 = RGB(1, 128, 0)

Today's computers/monitors can display thousands or millions of colors, so the concept of "web-safe colors" is no longer relevant. But many years ago, many computers were limited to displaying "8-bit color" with only 256 possible colors.

If you need a clear overview of colors and their respectable color codes, make sure you check out this chart.

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