Thursday, September 24, 2009

Colorzilla: a Firefox application to help you with color palettes

This will help you pick out colors based on what you see on a web page. Here's the low down:

•Webpage DOM Color Analyzer
   ◦Analyze DOM element colors on any Web page and create a corresponding palette
   ◦Locate elements on the page that correspond to a given color
   ◦Find out what CSS rules specify a given color
   ◦Save, bookmark and share the palettes
•Online Palette Viewer
   ◦Allows viewing, bookmarking and sharing any color palette
   ◦Provides a permalink URL that represents any set of colors
   ◦Online Eyedropper shows colors in RGB, HSV and additional formats

Click on the title for more information and to download.

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