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Rgb to Color Name Mapping

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Shades of Black and Gray (see also Gray vs Grey) | Color Name | Credits | R;G;B Dec | RGB Hex | CSS Hex | BG/FG color sample | Grey | N | 84;84;84 | 545454 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Grey, Silver | V | 192;192;192 | C0C0C0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey | X | 190;190;190 | BEBEBE | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightGray | X | 211;211;211 | D3D3D3 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSlateGrey | X | 119;136;153 | 778899 | 789 | ### SAMPLE ### | SlateGray | X | 112;128;144 | 708090 | | ### SAMPLE ### | SlateGray1 | X | 198;226;255 | C6E2FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | SlateGray2 | X | 185;211;238 | B9D3EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | SlateGray3 | X | 159;182;205 | 9FB6CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | SlateGray4 | X | 108;123;139 | 6C7B8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | black | N,V,X | 0;0;0 | 000000 | 000 | ### SAMPLE ### | grey0 | X | 0;0;0 | 000000 | 000 | ### SAMPLE ### | grey1 | X | 3;3;3 | 030303 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey2 | X | 5;5;5 | 050505 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey3 | X | 8;8;8 | 080808 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey4 | X | 10;10;10 | 0A0A0A | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey5 | X | 13;13;13 | 0D0D0D | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey6 | X | 15;15;15 | 0F0F0F | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey7 | X | 18;18;18 | 121212 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey8 | X | 20;20;20 | 141414 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey9 | X | 23;23;23 | 171717 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey10 | X | 26;26;26 | 1A1A1A | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey11 | X | 28;28;28 | 1C1C1C | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey12 | X | 31;31;31 | 1F1F1F | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey13 | X | 33;33;33 | 212121 | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 34;34;34 | 222222 | 222 | ### SAMPLE ### | grey14 | X | 36;36;36 | 242424 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey15 | X | 38;38;38 | 262626 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey16 | X | 41;41;41 | 292929 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey17 | X | 43;43;43 | 2B2B2B | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey18 | X | 46;46;46 | 2E2E2E | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey19 | X | 48;48;48 | 303030 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey20 | X | 51;51;51 | 333333 | 333 | ### SAMPLE ### | grey21 | X | 54;54;54 | 363636 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey22 | X | 56;56;56 | 383838 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey23 | X | 59;59;59 | 3B3B3B | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey24 | X | 61;61;61 | 3D3D3D | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey25 | X | 64;64;64 | 404040 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey26 | X | 66;66;66 | 424242 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey27 | X | 69;69;69 | 454545 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey28 | X | 71;71;71 | 474747 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey29 | X | 74;74;74 | 4A4A4A | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey30 | X | 77;77;77 | 4D4D4D | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey31 | X | 79;79;79 | 4F4F4F | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey32 | X | 82;82;82 | 525252 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey33 | X | 84;84;84 | 545454 | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 85;85;85 | 555555 | 555 | ### SAMPLE ### | grey34 | X | 87;87;87 | 575757 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey35 | X | 89;89;89 | 595959 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey36 | X | 92;92;92 | 5C5C5C | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey37 | X | 94;94;94 | 5E5E5E | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey38 | X | 97;97;97 | 616161 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey39 | X | 99;99;99 | 636363 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey40 | X | 102;102;102 | 666666 | 666 | ### SAMPLE ### | grey41, DimGrey | X | 105;105;105 | 696969 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey42 | X | 107;107;107 | 6B6B6B | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey43 | X | 110;110;110 | 6E6E6E | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey44 | X | 112;112;112 | 707070 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey45 | X | 115;115;115 | 737373 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey46 | X | 117;117;117 | 757575 | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 119;119;119 | 777777 | 777 | #©2006 walsh@njit.edu# | grey47 | X | 120;120;120 | 787878 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey48 | X | 122;122;122 | 7A7A7A | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey49 | X | 125;125;125 | 7D7D7D | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey50 | X | 127;127;127 | 7F7F7F | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey51 | X | 130;130;130 | 828282 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey52 | X | 133;133;133 | 858585 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey53 | X | 135;135;135 | 878787 | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 136;136;136 | 888888 | 888 | ### SAMPLE ### | grey54 | X | 138;138;138 | 8A8A8A | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey55 | X | 140;140;140 | 8C8C8C | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey56 | X | 143;143;143 | 8F8F8F | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey57 | X | 145;145;145 | 919191 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey58 | X | 148;148;148 | 949494 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey59 | X | 150;150;150 | 969696 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey60 | X | 153;153;153 | 999999 | 999 | ### SAMPLE ### | grey61 | X | 156;156;156 | 9C9C9C | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey62 | X | 158;158;158 | 9E9E9E | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey63 | X | 161;161;161 | A1A1A1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey64 | X | 163;163;163 | A3A3A3 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey65 | X | 166;166;166 | A6A6A6 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey66 | X | 168;168;168 | A8A8A8 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey67 | X | 171;171;171 | ABABAB | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey68 | X | 173;173;173 | ADADAD | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey69 | X | 176;176;176 | B0B0B0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey70 | X | 179;179;179 | B3B3B3 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey71 | X | 181;181;181 | B5B5B5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey72 | X | 184;184;184 | B8B8B8 | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 187;187;187 | BBBBBB | bbb | ### SAMPLE ### | grey73 | X | 186;186;186 | BABABA | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey74 | X | 189;189;189 | BDBDBD | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey75 | X | 191;191;191 | BFBFBF | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey76 | X | 194;194;194 | C2C2C2 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey77 | X | 196;196;196 | C4C4C4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey78 | X | 199;199;199 | C7C7C7 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey79 | X | 201;201;201 | C9C9C9 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey80 | X | 204;204;204 | CCCCCC | ccc | ### SAMPLE ### | grey81 | X | 207;207;207 | CFCFCF | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey82 | X | 209;209;209 | D1D1D1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey83 | X | 212;212;212 | D4D4D4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey84 | X | 214;214;214 | D6D6D6 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey85 | X | 217;217;217 | D9D9D9 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey86 | X | 219;219;219 | DBDBDB | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey87 | X | 222;222;222 | DEDEDE | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 221;221;221 | DDDDDD | ddd | ### SAMPLE ### | grey88 | X | 224;224;224 | E0E0E0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey89 | X | 227;227;227 | E3E3E3 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey90 | X | 229;229;229 | E5E5E5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey91 | X | 232;232;232 | E8E8E8 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey92 | X | 235;235;235 | EBEBEB | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey93 | X | 237;237;237 | EDEDED | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 238;238;238 | EEEEEE | eee | ### SAMPLE ### | grey94 | X | 240;240;240 | F0F0F0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey95 | X | 242;242;242 | F2F2F2 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey96 | X | 245;245;245 | F5F5F5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey97 | X | 247;247;247 | F7F7F7 | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey98 | X | 250;250;250 | FAFAFA | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey99 | X | 252;252;252 | FCFCFC | | ### SAMPLE ### | grey100, White | X | 255;255;255 | FFFFFF | fff | ### SAMPLE ### | Dark Slate Grey | N | 47;79;79 | 2F4F4F | | ### SAMPLE ### | Dim Grey | N | 84;84;84 | 545454 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Very Light Grey | N | 205;205;205 | CDCDCD | | ### SAMPLE ### | Free Speech Grey | F | 99;86;136 | 635688 | | ### SAMPLE ### |
[Click for top] Shades of Blue | Color Name | Credits | R;G;B Dec | RGB Hex | CSS Hex | BG/FG color sample | AliceBlue | X | 240;248;255 | F0F8FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | BlueViolet | X | 138;43;226 | 8A2BE2 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Cadet Blue | N | 95;159;159 | 5F9F9F | | ### SAMPLE ### | CadetBlue | X | 95;158;160 | 5F9EA0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | CadetBlue | X | 95;158;160 | 5F9EA0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | CadetBlue1 | X | 152;245;255 | 98F5FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | CadetBlue2 | X | 142;229;238 | 8EE5EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | CadetBlue3 | X | 122;197;205 | 7AC5CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | CadetBlue4 | X | 83;134;139 | 53868B | | ### SAMPLE ### | Corn Flower Blue | N | 66;66;111 | 42426F | | ### SAMPLE ### | CornflowerBlue | X | 100;149;237 | 6495ED | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSlateBlue | X | 72;61;139 | 483D8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkTurquoise | X | 0;206;209 | 00CED1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DeepSkyBlue | X | 0;191;255 | 00BFFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | DeepSkyBlue1 | X | 0;191;255 | 00BFFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | DeepSkyBlue2 | X | 0;178;238 | 00B2EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | DeepSkyBlue3 | X | 0;154;205 | 009ACD | | ### SAMPLE ### | DeepSkyBlue4 | X | 0;104;139 | 00688B | | ### SAMPLE ### | DodgerBlue | X | 30;144;255 | 1E90FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | DodgerBlue1 | X | 30;144;255 | 1E90FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | DodgerBlue2 | X | 28;134;238 | 1C86EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | DodgerBlue3 | X | 24;116;205 | 1874CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | DodgerBlue4 | X | 16;78;139 | 104E8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 170;187;204 | AABBCC | abc | ### SAMPLE ### | LightBlue | X | 173;216;230 | ADD8E6 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightBlue1 | X | 191;239;255 | BFEFFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightBlue2 | X | 178;223;238 | B2DFEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightBlue3 | X | 154;192;205 | 9AC0CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightBlue4 | X | 104;131;139 | 68838B | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightCyan | X | 224;255;255 | E0FFFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightCyan1 | X | 224;255;255 | E0FFFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightCyan2 | X | 209;238;238 | D1EEEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightCyan3 | X | 180;205;205 | B4CDCD | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightCyan4 | X | 122;139;139 | 7A8B8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSkyBlue | X | 135;206;250 | 87CEFA | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSkyBlue1 | X | 176;226;255 | B0E2FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSkyBlue2 | X | 164;211;238 | A4D3EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSkyBlue3 | X | 141;182;205 | 8DB6CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSkyBlue4 | X | 96;123;139 | 607B8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSlateBlue | X | 132;112;255 | 8470FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 153;204;255 | 99CCFF | 9cf | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSteelBlue | X | 176;196;222 | B0C4DE | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSteelBlue1 | X | 202;225;255 | CAE1FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSteelBlue2 | X | 188;210;238 | BCD2EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSteelBlue3 | X | 162;181;205 | A2B5CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSteelBlue4 | X | 110;123;139 | 6E7B8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | Aquamarine | N | 112;219;147 | 70DB93 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumBlue | X | 0;0;205 | 0000CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumSlateBlue | X | 123;104;238 | 7B68EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumTurquoise | X | 72;209;204 | 48D1CC | | ### SAMPLE ### | MidnightBlue | X | 25;25;112 | 191970 | | ### SAMPLE ### | NavyBlue | X | 0;0;128 | 000080 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleTurquoise | X | 175;238;238 | AFEEEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleTurquoise1 | X | 187;255;255 | BBFFFF | bff | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleTurquoise2 | X | 174;238;238 | AEEEEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleTurquoise3 | X | 150;205;205 | 96CDCD | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleTurquoise4 | X | 102;139;139 | 668B8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | PowderBlue | X | 176;224;230 | B0E0E6 | | ### SAMPLE ### | RoyalBlue | X | 65;105;225 | 4169E1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | RoyalBlue1 | X | 72;118;255 | 4876FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | RoyalBlue2 | X | 67;110;238 | 436EEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | RoyalBlue3 | X | 58;95;205 | 3A5FCD | | ### SAMPLE ### | RoyalBlue4 | X | 39;64;139 | 27408B | | ### SAMPLE ### | RoyalBlue5 | X | 0;34;102 | 002266 | 026 | ### SAMPLE ### | SkyBlue | X | 135;206;235 | 87CEEB | | ### SAMPLE ### | SkyBlue1 | X | 135;206;255 | 87CEFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | SkyBlue2 | X | 126;192;238 | 7EC0EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | SkyBlue3 | X | 108;166;205 | 6CA6CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | SkyBlue4 | X | 74;112;139 | 4A708B | | ### SAMPLE ### | SlateBlue | X | 106;90;205 | 6A5ACD | | ### SAMPLE ### | SlateBlue1 | X | 131;111;255 | 836FFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | SlateBlue2 | X | 122;103;238 | 7A67EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | SlateBlue3 | X | 105;89;205 | 6959CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | SlateBlue4 | X | 71;60;139 | 473C8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | SteelBlue | X | 70;130;180 | 4682B4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | SteelBlue1 | X | 99;184;255 | 63B8FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | SteelBlue2 | X | 92;172;238 | 5CACEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | SteelBlue3 | X | 79;148;205 | 4F94CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | SteelBlue4 | X | 54;100;139 | 36648B | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 51;102;153 | 336699 | 369 | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 51;153;204 | 3399CC | 39c | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 102;153;204 | 6699CC | 69c | ### SAMPLE ### | aquamarine | X | 127;255;212 | 7FFFD4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | aquamarine1 | X | 127;255;212 | 7FFFD4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | aquamarine2 | X | 118;238;198 | 76EEC6 | | ### SAMPLE ### | aquamarine3, MediumAquamarine | X | 102;205;170 | 66CDAA | | ### SAMPLE ### | aquamarine4 | X | 69;139;116 | 458B74 | | ### SAMPLE ### | azure | X | 240;255;255 | F0FFFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | azure1 | X | 240;255;255 | F0FFFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | azure2 | X | 224;238;238 | E0EEEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | azure3 | X | 193;205;205 | C1CDCD | | ### SAMPLE ### | azure4 | X | 131;139;139 | 838B8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | blue | N,V,X | 0;0;255 | 0000FF | 00f | ### SAMPLE ### | blue1 | X | 0;0;255 | 0000FF | 00f | ### SAMPLE ### | blue2 | X | 0;0;238 | 0000EE | 00e | ### SAMPLE ### | blue3 | X | 0;0;205 | 0000CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | blue4 | X | 0;0;139 | 00008B | | ### SAMPLE ### | aqua | V | 0;255;255 | 00FFFF | 0ff | ### SAMPLE ### | True Iris Blue | | 3;180;204 | 03B4CC | | #©2007 walsh@njit.edu# | cyan | N,X | 0;255;255 | 00FFFF | 0ff | ### SAMPLE ### | cyan1 | X | 0;255;255 | 00FFFF | 0ff | ### SAMPLE ### | cyan2 | X | 0;238;238 | 00EEEE | 0ee | ### SAMPLE ### | cyan3 | X | 0;205;205 | 00CDCD | | ### SAMPLE ### | cyan4 | X | 0;139;139 | 008B8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | navy | V,X | 0;0;128 | 000080 | | ### SAMPLE ### | teal | V | 0;128;128 | 008080 | | ### SAMPLE ### | turquoise | X | 64;224;208 | 40E0D0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | turquoise1 | X | 0;245;255 | 00F5FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | turquoise2 | X | 0;229;238 | 00E5EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | turquoise3 | X | 0;197;205 | 00C5CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | turquoise4 | X | 0;134;139 | 00868B | | ### (c) 1999 walsh@njit.edu ### | DarkSlateGray | X | 47;79;79 | 2F4F4F | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSlateGray1 | X | 151;255;255 | 97FFFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSlateGray2 | X | 141;238;238 | 8DEEEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSlateGray3 | X | 121;205;205 | 79CDCD | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSlateGray4 | X | 82;139;139 | 528B8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | Dark Slate Blue | N | 36;24;130 | 241882 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Dark Turquoise | N | 112;147;219 | 7093DB | | ### SAMPLE ### | Medium Slate Blue | N | 127;0;255 | 7F00FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | Medium Turquoise | N | 112;219;219 | 70DBDB | | ### SAMPLE ### | Midnight Blue | N | 47;47;79 | 2F2F4F | | ### SAMPLE ### | Navy Blue | N | 35;35;142 | 23238E | | ### SAMPLE ### | Neon Blue | N | 77;77;255 | 4D4DFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | New Midnight Blue | N | 0;0;156 | 00009C | | ### SAMPLE ### | Rich Blue | N | 89;89;171 | 5959AB | | ### SAMPLE ### | Sky Blue | N | 50;153;204 | 3299CC | | ### SAMPLE ### | Slate Blue | N | 0;127;255 | 007FFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | Summer Sky | N | 56;176;222 | 38B0DE | | ### SAMPLE ### | Iris Blue | | 3;180;200 | 03B4C8 | | #©2007 walsh@njit.edu# | Free Speech Blue | F | 65;86;197 | 4156C5 | | ### SAMPLE ### |
[Click for top] Shades of Brown | Color Name | Credits | R;G;B Dec | RGB Hex | CSS Hex | BG/FG color sample | RosyBrown | X | 188;143;143 | BC8F8F | | ### SAMPLE ### | RosyBrown1 | X | 255;193;193 | FFC1C1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | RosyBrown2 | X | 238;180;180 | EEB4B4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | RosyBrown3 | X | 205;155;155 | CD9B9B | | ### SAMPLE ### | RosyBrown4 | X | 139;105;105 | 8B6969 | | ### SAMPLE ### | SaddleBrown | X | 139;69;19 | 8B4513 | | ### SAMPLE ### | SandyBrown | X | 244;164;96 | F4A460 | | ### SAMPLE ### | beige | X | 245;245;220 | F5F5DC | | ### SAMPLE ### | brown | X | 165;42;42 | A52A2A | | ### SAMPLE ### | brown | N | 166;42;42 | A62A2A | | ### SAMPLE ### | brown1 | X | 255;64;64 | FF4040 | | ### SAMPLE ### | brown2 | X | 238;59;59 | EE3B3B | | ### SAMPLE ### | brown3 | X | 205;51;51 | CD3333 | | ### SAMPLE ### | brown4 | X | 139;35;35 | 8B2323 | | ### SAMPLE ### | dark brown | N | 92;64;51 | 5C4033 | | ### SAMPLE ### | burlywood | X | 222;184;135 | DEB887 | | ### SAMPLE ### | burlywood1 | X | 255;211;155 | FFD39B | | ### SAMPLE ### | burlywood2 | X | 238;197;145 | EEC591 | | ### SAMPLE ### | burlywood3 | X | 205;170;125 | CDAA7D | | ### SAMPLE ### | burlywood4 | X | 139;115;85 | 8B7355 | | ### SAMPLE ### | baker's chocolate | N | 92;51;23 | 5C3317 | | ### SAMPLE ### | chocolate | X | 210;105;30 | D2691E | | ### SAMPLE ### | chocolate1 | X | 255;127;36 | FF7F24 | | ### SAMPLE ### | chocolate2 | X | 238;118;33 | EE7621 | | ### SAMPLE ### | chocolate3 | X | 205;102;29 | CD661D | | ### SAMPLE ### | chocolate4 | X | 139;69;19 | 8B4513 | | ### SAMPLE ### | peru | X | 205;133;63 | CD853F | | ### SAMPLE ### | tan | X | 210;180;140 | D2B48C | | ### SAMPLE ### | tan1 | X | 255;165;79 | FFA54F | | ### SAMPLE ### | tan2 | X | 238;154;73 | EE9A49 | | ### SAMPLE ### | tan3 | X | 205;133;63 | CD853F | | ### SAMPLE ### | tan4 | X | 139;90;43 | 8B5A2B | | ### (c) 1999 walsh@njit.edu ### | Dark Tan | N | 151;105;79 | 97694F | | ### SAMPLE ### | Dark Wood | N | 133;94;66 | 855E42 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Light Wood | N | 133;99;99 | 856363 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Medium Wood | N | 166;128;100 | A68064 | | ### SAMPLE ### | New Tan | N | 235;199;158 | EBC79E | | ### SAMPLE ### | Semi-Sweet Chocolate | N | 107;66;38 | 6B4226 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Sienna | N | 142;107;35 | 8E6B23 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Tan | N | 219;147;112 | DB9370 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Very Dark Brown | N | 92;64;51 | 5C4033 | | ### SAMPLE ### |
[Click for top] Shades of Green | Color Name | Credits | R;G;B Dec | RGB Hex | CSS Hex | BG/FG color sample | Dark Green | N | 47;79;47 | 2F4F2F | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkGreen | X | 0;100;0 | 006400 | | ### SAMPLE ### | dark green copper | N | 74;118;110 | 4A766E | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkKhaki | X | 189;183;107 | BDB76B | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOliveGreen | X | 85;107;47 | 556B2F | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOliveGreen1 | X | 202;255;112 | CAFF70 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOliveGreen2 | X | 188;238;104 | BCEE68 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOliveGreen3 | X | 162;205;90 | A2CD5A | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOliveGreen4 | X | 110;139;61 | 6E8B3D | | ### SAMPLE ### | olive | V | 128;128;0 | 808000 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSeaGreen | X | 143;188;143 | 8FBC8F | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSeaGreen1 | X | 193;255;193 | C1FFC1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSeaGreen2 | X | 180;238;180 | B4EEB4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSeaGreen3 | X | 155;205;155 | 9BCD9B | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSeaGreen4 | X | 105;139;105 | 698B69 | | ### SAMPLE ### | ForestGreen | X | 34;139;34 | 228B22 | | ### SAMPLE ### | GreenYellow | X | 173;255;47 | ADFF2F | | ### SAMPLE ### | LawnGreen | X | 124;252;0 | 7CFC00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSeaGreen | X | 32;178;170 | 20B2AA | | ### SAMPLE ### | LimeGreen | X | 50;205;50 | 32CD32 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumSeaGreen | X | 60;179;113 | 3CB371 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumSpringGreen | X | 0;250;154 | 00FA9A | | ### SAMPLE ### | MintCream | X | 245;255;250 | F5FFFA | | ### SAMPLE ### | OliveDrab | X | 107;142;35 | 6B8E23 | | ### SAMPLE ### | OliveDrab1 | X | 192;255;62 | C0FF3E | | ### SAMPLE ### | OliveDrab2 | X | 179;238;58 | B3EE3A | | ### SAMPLE ### | OliveDrab3 | X | 154;205;50 | 9ACD32 | | ### SAMPLE ### | OliveDrab4 | X | 105;139;34 | 698B22 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleGreen | X | 152;251;152 | 98FB98 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleGreen1 | X | 154;255;154 | 9AFF9A | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleGreen2 | X | 144;238;144 | 90EE90 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleGreen3 | X | 124;205;124 | 7CCD7C | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleGreen4 | X | 84;139;84 | 548B54 | | ### SAMPLE ### | SeaGreen, SeaGreen4 | X | 46;139;87 | 2E8B57 | | ### SAMPLE ### | SeaGreen1 | X | 84;255;159 | 54FF9F | | ### SAMPLE ### | SeaGreen2 | X | 78;238;148 | 4EEE94 | | ### SAMPLE ### | SeaGreen3 | X | 67;205;128 | 43CD80 | | ### SAMPLE ### | SpringGreen | X | 0;255;127 | 00FF7F | | ### SAMPLE ### | SpringGreen1 | X | 0;255;127 | 00FF7F | | ### SAMPLE ### | SpringGreen2 | X | 0;238;118 | 00EE76 | | ### SAMPLE ### | SpringGreen3 | X | 0;205;102 | 00CD66 | | ### SAMPLE ### | SpringGreen4 | X | 0;139;69 | 008B45 | | #©2006 walsh@njit.edu# | YellowGreen | X | 154;205;50 | 9ACD32 | | ### SAMPLE ### | chartreuse | X | 127;255;0 | 7FFF00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | chartreuse1 | X | 127;255;0 | 7FFF00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | chartreuse2 | X | 118;238;0 | 76EE00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | chartreuse3 | X | 102;205;0 | 66CD00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | chartreuse4 | X | 69;139;0 | 458B00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | green | N,X | 0;255;0 | 00FF00 | 0f0 | ### SAMPLE ### | green | V | 0;128;0 | 008000 | | ### SAMPLE ### | lime | V | 0;255;0 | 00FF00 | 0f0 | ### SAMPLE ### | green1 | X | 0;255;0 | 00FF00 | 0f0 | ### SAMPLE ### | green2 | X | 0;238;0 | 00EE00 | 0e0 | ### SAMPLE ### | green3 | X | 0;205;0 | 00CD00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | green4 | X | 0;139;0 | 008B00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | khaki | X | 240;230;140 | F0E68C | | ### SAMPLE ### | khaki1 | X | 255;246;143 | FFF68F | | ### SAMPLE ### | khaki2 | X | 238;230;133 | EEE685 | | ### SAMPLE ### | khaki3 | X | 205;198;115 | CDC673 | | ### SAMPLE ### | khaki4 | X | 139;134;78 | 8B864E | | ### SAMPLE ### | Dark Olive Green | N | 79;79;47 | 4F4F2F | | ### SAMPLE ### | Green Yellow [sic] | N | 209;146;117 | D19275 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Hunter Green [sic] | N | 142;35;35 | 8E2323 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Forest Green, Khaki, Medium Aquamarine | N | 35;142;35 | 238E23 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Medium Forest Green | N | 219;219;112 | DBDB70 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Medium Sea Green | N | 66;111;66 | 426F42 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Medium Spring Green | N | 127;255;0 | 7FFF00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Pale Green | N | 143;188;143 | 8FBC8F | | ### SAMPLE ### | Sea Green | N | 35;142;104 | 238E68 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Spring Green | N | 0;255;127 | 00FF7F | | ### SAMPLE ### | Free Speech Green | F | 9;249;17 | 09F911 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Free Speech Aquamarine | F | 2;157;116 | 029D74 | | ### SAMPLE ### |
[Click for top] Shades of Orange | Color Name | Credits | R;G;B Dec | RGB Hex | CSS Hex | BG/FG color sample | DarkOrange | X | 255;140;0 | FF8C00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOrange1 | X | 255;127;0 | FF7F00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOrange2 | X | 238;118;0 | EE7600 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOrange3 | X | 205;102;0 | CD6600 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOrange4 | X | 139;69;0 | 8B4500 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkSalmon | X | 233;150;122 | E9967A | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightCoral | X | 240;128;128 | F08080 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSalmon | X | 255;160;122 | FFA07A | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSalmon1 | X | 255;160;122 | FFA07A | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSalmon2 | X | 238;149;114 | EE9572 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSalmon3 | X | 205;129;98 | CD8162 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightSalmon4 | X | 139;87;66 | 8B5742 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PeachPuff | X | 255;218;185 | FFDAB9 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PeachPuff1 | X | 255;218;185 | FFDAB9 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PeachPuff2 | X | 238;203;173 | EECBAD | | ### SAMPLE ### | PeachPuff3 | X | 205;175;149 | CDAF95 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PeachPuff4 | X | 139;119;101 | 8B7765 | | ### SAMPLE ### | bisque | X | 255;228;196 | FFE4C4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | bisque1 | X | 255;228;196 | FFE4C4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | bisque2 | X | 238;213;183 | EED5B7 | | ### SAMPLE ### | bisque3 | X | 205;183;158 | CDB79E | | ### SAMPLE ### | bisque4 | X | 139;125;107 | 8B7D6B | | ### SAMPLE ### | coral | N | 255;127;0 | FF7F00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | coral | X | 255;127;80 | FF7F50 | | ### SAMPLE ### | coral1 | X | 255;114;86 | FF7256 | | ### SAMPLE ### | coral2 | X | 238;106;80 | EE6A50 | | ### SAMPLE ### | coral3 | X | 205;91;69 | CD5B45 | | ### SAMPLE ### | coral4 | X | 139;62;47 | 8B3E2F | | ### SAMPLE ### | honeydew | X | 240;255;240 | F0FFF0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | honeydew1 | X | 240;255;240 | F0FFF0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | honeydew2 | X | 224;238;224 | E0EEE0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | honeydew3 | X | 193;205;193 | C1CDC1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | honeydew4 | X | 131;139;131 | 838B83 | | ### SAMPLE ### | orange | X | 255;165;0 | FFA500 | | ### SAMPLE ### | orange1 | X | 255;165;0 | FFA500 | | ### SAMPLE ### | orange2 | X | 238;154;0 | EE9A00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | orange3 | X | 205;133;0 | CD8500 | | ### SAMPLE ### | orange4 | X | 139;90;0 | 8B5A00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | salmon | X | 250;128;114 | FA8072 | | ### SAMPLE ### | salmon1 | X | 255;140;105 | FF8C69 | | ### SAMPLE ### | salmon2 | X | 238;130;98 | EE8262 | | ### SAMPLE ### | salmon3 | X | 205;112;84 | CD7054 | | ### SAMPLE ### | salmon4 | X | 139;76;57 | 8B4C39 | | ### SAMPLE ### | sienna | X | 160;82;45 | A0522D | | ### SAMPLE ### | sienna1 | X | 255;130;71 | FF8247 | | ### SAMPLE ### | sienna2 | X | 238;121;66 | EE7942 | | ### SAMPLE ### | sienna3 | X | 205;104;57 | CD6839 | | ### SAMPLE ### | sienna4 | X | 139;71;38 | 8B4726 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Mandarian Orange | N | 142;35;35 | 8E2323 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Orange | N | 255;127;0 | FF7F00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Orange Red | N | 255;36;0 | FF2400 | | ### SAMPLE ### |
[Click for top] Shades of Red | Color Name | Credits | R;G;B Dec | RGB Hex | CSS Hex | BG/FG color sample | DeepPink | X | 255;20;147 | FF1493 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DeepPink1 | X | 255;20;147 | FF1493 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DeepPink2 | X | 238;18;137 | EE1289 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DeepPink3 | X | 205;16;118 | CD1076 | | ### SAMPLE ### | DeepPink4 | X | 139;10;80 | 8B0A50 | | ### SAMPLE ### | HotPink | X | 255;105;180 | FF69B4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | HotPink1 | X | 255;110;180 | FF6EB4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | HotPink2 | X | 238;106;167 | EE6AA7 | | ### SAMPLE ### | HotPink3 | X | 205;96;144 | CD6090 | | ### SAMPLE ### | HotPink4 | X | 139;58;98 | 8B3A62 | | ### SAMPLE ### | IndianRed | X | 205;92;92 | CD5C5C | | ### SAMPLE ### | IndianRed1 | X | 255;106;106 | FF6A6A | | ### SAMPLE ### | IndianRed2 | X | 238;99;99 | EE6363 | | ### SAMPLE ### | IndianRed3 | X | 205;85;85 | CD5555 | | ### SAMPLE ### | IndianRed4 | X | 139;58;58 | 8B3A3A | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightPink | X | 255;182;193 | FFB6C1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightPink1 | X | 255;174;185 | FFAEB9 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightPink2 | X | 238;162;173 | EEA2AD | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightPink3 | X | 205;140;149 | CD8C95 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightPink4 | X | 139;95;101 | 8B5F65 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumVioletRed | X | 199;21;133 | C71585 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MistyRose | X | 255;228;225 | FFE4E1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MistyRose1 | X | 255;228;225 | FFE4E1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MistyRose2 | X | 238;213;210 | EED5D2 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MistyRose3 | X | 205;183;181 | CDB7B5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MistyRose4 | X | 139;125;123 | 8B7D7B | | ### SAMPLE ### | OrangeRed | X | 255;69;0 | FF4500 | | ### SAMPLE ### | OrangeRed1 | X | 255;69;0 | FF4500 | | ### SAMPLE ### | OrangeRed2 | X | 238;64;0 | EE4000 | | ### SAMPLE ### | OrangeRed3 | X | 205;55;0 | CD3700 | | ### SAMPLE ### | OrangeRed4 | X | 139;37;0 | 8B2500 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleVioletRed | X | 219;112;147 | DB7093 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleVioletRed1 | X | 255;130;171 | FF82AB | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleVioletRed2 | X | 238;121;159 | EE799F | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleVioletRed3 | X | 205;104;137 | CD6889 | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleVioletRed4 | X | 139;71;93 | 8B475D | | ### SAMPLE ### | VioletRed | X | 208;32;144 | D02090 | | ### SAMPLE ### | VioletRed1 | X | 255;62;150 | FF3E96 | | ### SAMPLE ### | VioletRed2 | X | 238;58;140 | EE3A8C | | ### SAMPLE ### | VioletRed3 | X | 205;50;120 | CD3278 | | ### SAMPLE ### | VioletRed4 | X | 139;34;82 | 8B2252 | | ### SAMPLE ### | firebrick | X | 178;34;34 | B22222 | | ### SAMPLE ### | firebrick1 | X | 255;48;48 | FF3030 | | ### SAMPLE ### | firebrick2 | X | 238;44;44 | EE2C2C | | ### SAMPLE ### | firebrick3 | X | 205;38;38 | CD2626 | | ### SAMPLE ### | firebrick4 | X | 139;26;26 | 8B1A1A | | ### SAMPLE ### | pink | X | 255;192;203 | FFC0CB | | ### SAMPLE ### | pink1 | X | 255;181;197 | FFB5C5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | pink2 | X | 238;169;184 | EEA9B8 | | ### SAMPLE ### | pink3 | X | 205;145;158 | CD919E | | ### SAMPLE ### | pink4 | X | 139;99;108 | 8B636C | | ### SAMPLE ### | Flesh | N | 245;204;176 | F5CCB0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Feldspar | N | 209;146;117 | D19275 | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 204;51;51 | CC3333 | c33 | ### SAMPLE ### | red | N,V,X | 255;0;0 | FF0000 | f00 | ### SAMPLE ### | red1 | X | 255;0;0 | FF0000 | f00 | ### SAMPLE ### | red2 | X | 238;0;0 | EE0000 | e00 | ### SAMPLE ### | red3 | X | 205;0;0 | CD0000 | | ### SAMPLE ### | red4 | X | 139;0;0 | 8B0000 | | ### SAMPLE ### | tomato | X | 255;99;71 | FF6347 | | ### SAMPLE ### | tomato1 | X | 255;99;71 | FF6347 | | ### SAMPLE ### | tomato2 | X | 238;92;66 | EE5C42 | | ### SAMPLE ### | tomato3 | X | 205;79;57 | CD4F39 | | ### SAMPLE ### | tomato4 | X | 139;54;38 | 8B3626 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Dusty Rose | N | 133;99;99 | 856363 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Firebrick | N | 142;35;35 | 8E2323 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Indian Red | N | 245;204;176 | F5CCB0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Pink | N | 188;143;143 | BC8F8F | | ### SAMPLE ### | Salmon | N | 111;66;66 | 6F4242 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Scarlet | N | 140;23;23 | 8C1717 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Spicy Pink | N | 255;28;174 | FF1CAE | | ### SAMPLE ### | Free Speech Magenta | F | 227;91;216 | E35BD8 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Free Speech Red | F | 192;0;0 | C00000 | | ### SAMPLE ### |
[Click for top] Shades of Violet | Color Name | Credits | R;G;B Dec | RGB Hex | CSS Hex | BG/FG color sample | DarkOrchid | X | 153;50;204 | 9932CC | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOrchid1 | X | 191;62;255 | BF3EFF | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOrchid2 | X | 178;58;238 | B23AEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOrchid3 | X | 154;50;205 | 9A32CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkOrchid4 | X | 104;34;139 | 68228B | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkViolet | X | 148;0;211 | 9400D3 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LavenderBlush | X | 255;240;245 | FFF0F5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LavenderBlush1 | X | 255;240;245 | FFF0F5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LavenderBlush2 | X | 238;224;229 | EEE0E5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LavenderBlush3 | X | 205;193;197 | CDC1C5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LavenderBlush4 | X | 139;131;134 | 8B8386 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumOrchid | X | 186;85;211 | BA55D3 | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumOrchid1 | X | 224;102;255 | E066FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumOrchid2 | X | 209;95;238 | D15FEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumOrchid3 | X | 180;82;205 | B452CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumOrchid4 | X | 122;55;139 | 7A378B | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumPurple | X | 147;112;219 | 9370DB | | ### SAMPLE ### | Medium Orchid | N | 147;112;219 | 9370DB | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumPurple1 | X | 171;130;255 | AB82FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | Dark Orchid | N | 153;50;205 | 9932CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumPurple2 | X | 159;121;238 | 9F79EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumPurple3 | X | 137;104;205 | 8968CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | MediumPurple4 | X | 93;71;139 | 5D478B | | ### SAMPLE ### | lavender | X | 230;230;250 | E6E6FA | | ### SAMPLE ### | magenta | N,X | 255;0;255 | FF00FF | f0f | ### SAMPLE ### | fuchsia | V | 255;0;255 | FF00FF | f0f | ### SAMPLE ### | magenta1 | X | 255;0;255 | FF00FF | f0f | ### SAMPLE ### | magenta2 | X | 238;0;238 | EE00EE | e0e | ### SAMPLE ### | magenta3 | X | 205;0;205 | CD00CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | magenta4 | X | 139;0;139 | 8B008B | | ### SAMPLE ### | maroon | X | 176;48;96 | B03060 | | ### SAMPLE ### | maroon1 | X | 255;52;179 | FF34B3 | | ### SAMPLE ### | maroon2 | X | 238;48;167 | EE30A7 | | ### SAMPLE ### | maroon3 | X | 205;41;144 | CD2990 | | ### SAMPLE ### | maroon4 | X | 139;28;98 | 8B1C62 | | ### SAMPLE ### | orchid | X | 218;112;214 | DA70D6 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Orchid | N | 219;112;219 | DB70DB | | ### SAMPLE ### | orchid1 | X | 255;131;250 | FF83FA | | ### SAMPLE ### | orchid2 | X | 238;122;233 | EE7AE9 | | ### SAMPLE ### | orchid3 | X | 205;105;201 | CD69C9 | | ### SAMPLE ### | orchid4 | X | 139;71;137 | 8B4789 | | ### SAMPLE ### | plum | X | 221;160;221 | DDA0DD | | ### SAMPLE ### | plum1 | X | 255;187;255 | FFBBFF | fbf | ### SAMPLE ### | plum2 | X | 238;174;238 | EEAEEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | plum3 | X | 205;150;205 | CD96CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | plum4 | X | 139;102;139 | 8B668B | | ### SAMPLE ### | | | 153;102;204 | 9966CC | 96c | ### SAMPLE ### | purple | X | 160;32;240 | A020F0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | purple | V | 128;0;128 | 800080 | | ### SAMPLE ### | purple1 | X | 155;48;255 | 9B30FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | purple2 | X | 145;44;238 | 912CEE | | ### SAMPLE ### | purple3 | X | 125;38;205 | 7D26CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | purple4 | X | 85;26;139 | 551A8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | thistle | X | 216;191;216 | D8BFD8 | | ### SAMPLE ### | thistle1 | X | 255;225;255 | FFE1FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | thistle2 | X | 238;210;238 | EED2EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | thistle3 | X | 205;181;205 | CDB5CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | thistle4 | X | 139;123;139 | 8B7B8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | violet | X | 238;130;238 | EE82EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | violet blue | N | 159;95;159 | 9F5F9F | | ### SAMPLE ### | Dark Purple | N | 135;31;120 | 871F78 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Maroon | V | 128;0;0 | 800000 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Medium Violet Red | N | 219;112;147 | DB7093 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Neon Pink | N | 255;110;199 | FF6EC7 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Plum | N | 234;173;234 | EAADEA | | ### SAMPLE ### | Thistle | N | 216;191;216 | D8BFD8 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Turquoise | N | 173;234;234 | ADEAEA | | ### SAMPLE ### | Violet | N | 79;47;79 | 4F2F4F | | ### SAMPLE ### | Violet Red | N | 204;50;153 | CC3299 | | ### SAMPLE ### |
[Click for top] Shades of White | Color Name | Credits | R;G;B Dec | RGB Hex | CSS Hex | BG/FG color sample | AntiqueWhite | X | 250;235;215 | FAEBD7 | | ### SAMPLE ### | AntiqueWhite1 | X | 255;239;219 | FFEFDB | | ### SAMPLE ### | AntiqueWhite2 | X | 238;223;204 | EEDFCC | | ### SAMPLE ### | AntiqueWhite3 | X | 205;192;176 | CDC0B0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | AntiqueWhite4 | X | 139;131;120 | 8B8378 | | ### SAMPLE ### | FloralWhite | X | 255;250;240 | FFFAF0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | GhostWhite | X | 248;248;255 | F8F8FF | | ### SAMPLE ### | NavajoWhite | X | 255;222;173 | FFDEAD | | ### SAMPLE ### | NavajoWhite1 | X | 255;222;173 | FFDEAD | | ### SAMPLE ### | NavajoWhite2 | X | 238;207;161 | EECFA1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | NavajoWhite3 | X | 205;179;139 | CDB38B | | ### SAMPLE ### | NavajoWhite4 | X | 139;121;94 | 8B795E | | ### SAMPLE ### | OldLace | X | 253;245;230 | FDF5E6 | | ### SAMPLE ### | WhiteSmoke | X | 245;245;245 | F5F5F5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | gainsboro | X | 220;220;220 | DCDCDC | | ### SAMPLE ### | ivory | X | 255;255;240 | FFFFF0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | ivory1 | X | 255;255;240 | FFFFF0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | ivory2 | X | 238;238;224 | EEEEE0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | ivory3 | X | 205;205;193 | CDCDC1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | ivory4 | X | 139;139;131 | 8B8B83 | | ### SAMPLE ### | linen | X | 250;240;230 | FAF0E6 | | ### SAMPLE ### | seashell | X | 255;245;238 | FFF5EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | seashell1 | X | 255;245;238 | FFF5EE | | ### SAMPLE ### | seashell2 | X | 238;229;222 | EEE5DE | | ### SAMPLE ### | seashell3 | X | 205;197;191 | CDC5BF | | ### SAMPLE ### | seashell4 | X | 139;134;130 | 8B8682 | | ### SAMPLE ### | snow | X | 255;250;250 | FFFAFA | | ### SAMPLE ### | snow1 | X | 255;250;250 | FFFAFA | | ### SAMPLE ### | snow2 | X | 238;233;233 | EEE9E9 | | ### SAMPLE ### | snow3 | X | 205;201;201 | CDC9C9 | | ### SAMPLE ### | snow4 | X | 139;137;137 | 8B8989 | | ### SAMPLE ### | wheat | X | 245;222;179 | F5DEB3 | | ### SAMPLE ### | wheat1 | X | 255;231;186 | FFE7BA | | ### SAMPLE ### | wheat2 | X | 238;216;174 | EED8AE | | ### SAMPLE ### | wheat3 | X | 205;186;150 | CDBA96 | | ### SAMPLE ### | wheat4 | X | 139;126;102 | 8B7E66 | | ### SAMPLE ### | white | N,V,X | 255;255;255 | FFFFFF | fff | ### SAMPLE ### | Quartz | N | 217;217;243 | D9D9F3 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Wheat | N | 216;216;191 | D8D8BF | | ### SAMPLE ### |
[Click for top] Shades of Yellow | Color Name | Credits | R;G;B Dec | RGB Hex | CSS Hex | BG/FG color sample | BlanchedAlmond | X | 255;235;205 | FFEBCD | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkGoldenrod | X | 184;134;11 | B8860B | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkGoldenrod1 | X | 255;185;15 | FFB90F | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkGoldenrod2 | X | 238;173;14 | EEAD0E | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkGoldenrod3 | X | 205;149;12 | CD950C | | ### SAMPLE ### | DarkGoldenrod4 | X | 139;101;8 | 8B6508 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LemonChiffon | X | 255;250;205 | FFFACD | | ### SAMPLE ### | LemonChiffon1 | X | 255;250;205 | FFFACD | | ### SAMPLE ### | LemonChiffon2 | X | 238;233;191 | EEE9BF | | ### SAMPLE ### | LemonChiffon3 | X | 205;201;165 | CDC9A5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LemonChiffon4 | X | 139;137;112 | 8B8970 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightGoldenrod | X | 238;221;130 | EEDD82 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightGoldenrod1 | X | 255;236;139 | FFEC8B | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightGoldenrod2 | X | 238;220;130 | EEDC82 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightGoldenrod3 | X | 205;190;112 | CDBE70 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightGoldenrod4 | X | 139;129;76 | 8B814C | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightGoldenrodYellow | X | 250;250;210 | FAFAD2 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightYellow | X | 255;255;224 | FFFFE0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightYellow1 | X | 255;255;224 | FFFFE0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightYellow2 | X | 238;238;209 | EEEED1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightYellow3 | X | 205;205;180 | CDCDB4 | | ### SAMPLE ### | LightYellow4 | X | 139;139;122 | 8B8B7A | | ### SAMPLE ### | PaleGoldenrod | X | 238;232;170 | EEE8AA | | ### SAMPLE ### | PapayaWhip | X | 255;239;213 | FFEFD5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | cornsilk | X | 255;248;220 | FFF8DC | | ### SAMPLE ### | cornsilk1 | X | 255;248;220 | FFF8DC | | ### SAMPLE ### | cornsilk2 | X | 238;232;205 | EEE8CD | | ### SAMPLE ### | cornsilk3 | X | 205;200;177 | CDC8B1 | | ### SAMPLE ### | cornsilk4 | X | 139;136;120 | 8B8878 | | ### SAMPLE ### | goldenrod | X | 218;165;32 | DAA520 | | ### SAMPLE ### | goldenrod1 | X | 255;193;37 | FFC125 | | ### SAMPLE ### | goldenrod2 | X | 238;180;34 | EEB422 | | ### SAMPLE ### | goldenrod3 | X | 205;155;29 | CD9B1D | | ### SAMPLE ### | goldenrod4 | X | 139;105;20 | 8B6914 | | ### SAMPLE ### | moccasin | X | 255;228;181 | FFE4B5 | | ### SAMPLE ### | yellow | N,V,X | 255;255;0 | FFFF00 | ff0 | ### SAMPLE ### | yellow1 | X | 255;255;0 | FFFF00 | ff0 | ### SAMPLE ### | yellow2 | X | 238;238;0 | EEEE00 | ee0 | ### SAMPLE ### | yellow3 | X | 205;205;0 | CDCD00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | yellow4 | X | 139;139;0 | 8B8B00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | gold | X | 255;215;0 | FFD700 | | ### SAMPLE ### | gold1 | X | 255;215;0 | FFD700 | | ### SAMPLE ### | gold2 | X | 238;201;0 | EEC900 | | ### SAMPLE ### | gold3 | X | 205;173;0 | CDAD00 | | ### SAMPLE ### | gold4 | X | 139;117;0 | 8B7500 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Goldenrod | N | 219;219;112 | DBDB70 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Medium Goldenrod | N | 234;234;174 | EAEAAE | | ### SAMPLE ### | Yellow Green | N | 153;204;50 | 99CC32 | | ### SAMPLE ### |
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HTML behind the BG/FG color samples
The "BG/FG color sample" is made by changing both the background and foreground colors. The background is changed with <... BGCOLOR="#xxxxxx" ...> and foreground is changed with <FONT COLOR="#xxxxxx">
In these "xxxxxx" is the six hex digit of the color, such as 2F4F2F for Dark Green.
You will see a solid block of color in the samples shown if your browser supports both markups; or just "### SAMPLE ###" in color if just one is supported. (Almost all support both now.)
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Description of Columns Color Name | Names of colors as given in the various sources I used to create this table. See "Credits" below. In some cases the sources contradict. | Credits | See "Credits" below. | R;G;B Dec | The decimal version of the triplet describing this color. | RGB Hex | The hexidemical version of the triplet describing this color. | CSS HEX | The "short" or "abbreviated" version of the hex triplet used with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). | BG/FG color sample | See HTML behind the BG/FG color samples above. |
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The Problem with Metallic Colors
Several times folks have written asking what the codes are for a metallic color, such as gold, silver, or copper. It is my understanding that these tones cannot be depicted with an RGB code because they are not composed of a single basic color: Several different shades are mingled to produce a shiny-metal look. The mingling of shades requires the use of a GIF, JPG or other image; it could be used as a background. If my understanding of this is a misunderstanding then I'd greatly apprecate enlightment.
Here are some attempts to make a metal color with just RGB, as depected at Netscape at http://home1.netscape.com/home/bg/colorindex.html
[Click for top] Shades of Metal | Color Name | Credits | R;G;B Dec | RGB Hex | CSS Hex | BG/FG color sample | copper | N | 184;115;51 | B87333 | | ### SAMPLE ### | cool copper | N | 217;135;25 | D98719 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Green Copper | N | 133;99;99 | 856363 | | ### SAMPLE ### | brass | N | 181;166;66 | B5A642 | | ### SAMPLE ### | bronze | N | 140;120;83 | 8C7853 | | ### SAMPLE ### | bronze II | N | 166;125;61 | A67D3D | | ### SAMPLE ### | bright gold | N | 217;217;25 | D9D919 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Old Gold | N | 207;181;59 | CFB53B | | ### SAMPLE ### | CSS Gold | | 204;153;0 | CC9900 | c90 | ### SAMPLE ### | gold | N | 205;127;50 | CD7F32 | | ### SAMPLE ### | silver | N | 230;232;250 | E6E8FA | | ### SAMPLE ### | Silver, Grey | V | 192;192;192 | C0C0C0 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Light Steel Blue | N | 84;84;84 | 545454 | | ### SAMPLE ### | Steel Blue | N | 35;107;142 | 236B8E | | ### SAMPLE ### |
These metallics are, IMHO, lame. Anyone who happens to have samples of metalic looking GIFs that I might use for an example here are urged to email me.…...

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