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Learn CSS, Manipulating Colors

In the thrid part of this series still covering CSS Basics, Michael Youssef discusses manipulating colors in CSS. He also takes a brief look at the hexadecimal number system and how it's useful with color values. He also defines the meaning of a keyword and the Hexadecimal number system.

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By: Michael Youssef
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May 30, 2005
  1. · Learn CSS, Manipulating Colors
  2. · Keywords
  3. · Using RGB Color Values
  4. · Haxadecimal Color Values
  5. · CSS Comments

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Learn CSS, Manipulating Colors - CSS Comments
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Actually the examples we discuss here are simple, but in your website things will get complicated. We will study real-world examples later in the series. You need a way to remember why you have used a coloring technique over others. You can use CSS Comments syntax to comment in your code and add notes. It's a very useful thing to do because maybe you will come back after 2 years to update your style sheet, and you will need your comments to know what you have done. I have commented the above colors example as following

  font-family: Tahoma;
/* This is the red color RGB value */
  color: rgb(100%,0%,0%);
/* This is the green color RGB value */
  color: rgb(0%,100%,0%);
/* This is the blue color RGB value */
  color: rgb(0%,0%,100%);
/* This is the yellow color RGB value */
  color: rgb(100%,100%,0%);
/* This is the cyan color RGB value */
  color: rgb(0%,100%,100%);
/* This is the magenta color RGB value */
  color: rgb(100%,0%,100%);
/* This is the black color RGB value */
  color: rgb(0%,0%,0%);

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