Today, we’re going to show you how to use color pickers to add some contrast to your website.
We’ll use some of the more popular color pickings and show you exactly how to pick your own color palettes.
In the past, I’ve used CSS Color Picker to quickly and easily add a new color to a page.
I’ve also used it to make my own CSS stylesheets and even create a custom logo.
But, for this tutorial, I’m going to be using CSS Color Generator to make a color pick in CSS3.
CSS Color Creator lets you create color palette palettes using your own CSS.
You can use a wide variety of color pallets and pick colors from a wide range of common color palets.
So, let’s create a color palette that’s similar to the colors we used in the article below.
And, let me tell you, this is a great way to customize a color scheme!
I like to use the Color Pickers in this tutorial to color the front and back of our article so it looks more modern and modern-looking.
Let’s start with the color pickable color palette.
The first thing we’ll do is make a new CSS file.
For this tutorial we’re using a simple background color, which will look pretty standard for any modern website.
But if you want a bolder color, you can use the CSS Color picker.
The picker allows you to pick from a list of colors.
You’re able to select any color palette in the list.
For example, here’s what the picker would look like with a bold palette: The CSS Color code in the CSS file will look something like this: /* The Color Pickering Pick Your Own Color Palette: https://www.colorpicker.com/#color-picker-your-own-color-palette */ color: #000000; /* This is a bold color */ /* The Picker allows us to pick a color from the list of palettes */ color-name: bold; /* The pick is available in bold and normal */ color : #ffffff; /* In our bold color, we’ve got an extra hint of a little color here */ /* You can see the Picker has a nice bit of color here, as well */ /* In the normal color, it’s a little bit more subtle, but it adds a little something here, too */ /* This pick is just another way of creating a subtle bit of contrast, like in this background color */ color -name : white; /* Another hint of white */ color .background-color: #ffff00; /* A little more white here, but not too much white, and the color is still quite subtle */ color.background-image: url(/images/bg.png); /* Here we have a hint of some color here too */ color +name : red; /* Red color */ The next thing we need to do is add some styling to our CSS file using the CSS Colors picker and the CSS color pick method.
The CSS Colors code in this example looks like this when we’ve added the colors: /* Add some style to our color pick */ colorPicker: #colorPicker; /* Select your color palette */ colorPicker: bold(300%); /* Bold color here color: red(300%) */ colorBold(300%); /* Red (300%) color here colors: white(300%).
*/ color(#000000); /* A hint of this color here also here */ colorTint: #0000ff; // We’ll add a little more color here here to highlight this contrast here color.border: 1px solid #000000 ; color(:#ffffff); /* This color here is a little brighter and less saturated, and it gives the color a little extra hint */ colorBright: #f8f8fd; color(300%,100%); color(:#ffffff,100%); /* Red here too color: white,300% color: green here too.
*/ colorLight: #333333; color(-#ffff00,0%); colorBrightColor(300,100%,#ffff88,100%) color: bright(300%), white(100%); #ffff88 color: dark(300), black(100%) /* We’ll make the background more colorful by using a little contrast here */ background: #999999; /* Bright colors here are a little lighter than the rest */ background.backgroundColor: #888888; color: transparent(color(#fffff,300%,300%), color( #fffff)); /* This highlight here is slightly brighter than the other colors, but the contrast is