Using and Converting to Color-Safe Palettes

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Using and Converting to Color-Safe Palettes by Sunil Tanna of Answers 2000

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When you design web pages in HTML, as you probably know, you can use a tremendous range of colors (over 16 million) for fonts, tables, backgrounds and so forth usingrepparttar 143623 COLOR attribute ofrepparttar 143624 various HTML tags.

One thing that many novice webmasters don't think about is whether these colors will be displayed correctly onrepparttar 143625 screens of visitors who don't haverepparttar 143626 latest whiz-bang graphics cards.

There are still people out there who have a graphics cards which are only capable of displaying 256 colors at once. In these cases,repparttar 143627 only colors which you can be sure will be displayed correctly are those inrepparttar 143628 browser-safe color palette.

For information aboutrepparttar 143629 browser-safe color palette see:

So what happens if your web page includes a color that isn't inrepparttar 143630 color-safe palette, and a person tries to view on a 256 color screen?

Answer: It depends onrepparttar 143631 user's web browser.

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