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Web Safe ColorsNot all colors can be faithfully reproduced by all browsers,
When making web pages, you need to use color names or the hex numbers to designate which color to use.
To be sure you are using web-safe colors, use this color picker.
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A color code is a set of six hexadecimal digits, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, F. With six digits in this number system, there are literally millions and millions of combinations available. Unfortunately, most are composites, not really colors at all. And only a few are web-safe colors.
Web-safe colors are those that will accurately display on all monitors. Other combinations will display differently on different monitors, or maybe not at all.
So Play It Safe!
Use only web-safe colors, those shown in the Color Picker above. These are called RGB colors, where R is the amount of red in the color, G the amount of green, and B the amount of blue. Each is represented by a duplicated digit in the set of hexadecimal digits.
That is, #34CB99 is not an RGB color so the way it will be displayed can not be predicted. #33CC99 is an RGB color, and is thus a web-safe color.
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