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    Web2.0 Colours

    Hi. Ive been searching high and low, left and right, around around and I cannot find the hexadecimal values for web2.0 colours! Could anyone help me out? I was wanting alot of them especially purple, blue, green, pink and dark dark grey.

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    Well aren't they the same colors as 'web 1.0'? Just realize that we used to be limited to 256 colors, but that was probably in '97. If you find a site that has colors you like...peek at their source code...its probably there some where. Or you can import a graphic into an image editor and use the eye dropper tool to find the code.

    I don't think there is a 'Web 2.0 Color Specification', its just people being creative with colors.
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    I see

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    thanks!

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    http://kuler.adobe.com/ is also a great (free) tool which tons of people have submitted color schemes and given them certain tags you can search. I sometimes use it for inspiration.
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    http://www.colorschemer.com - Amazing site...although you need to purchase the tool if you want to use it efficiently. You can just take screen-shots and pull them into Photoshop or Gimp and use the eyedropper tool.
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    I've used that program, and its good. You could also get the hex codes copied so you don't need to bother with screen shots and stuff.
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    Cool!


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