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In this article you'll learn how the mechanism behind color code values works with the aid of a simple program I've created. The program, Colourcoder, is designed to not only let you find a color you want with ease, but also help you gain a more intuitive grasp of color codes while you use it. By Stephen Philbin.
This reference section lists all the the elements ("tags") for the HTML 4.01 language. Included are all available attributes, browser compatibility, and important notes. The name of each element is linked to the W3C recommendations for the specified element. Deprecated elements and attributes are noted on each page. Browser compatibility is also shown for each element. Each HTML element also includes XHTML specifications, if necessary.
Our color reference section includes tables that show the various color codes in use on the Web. We include named colors, the extended named colors, and the now infamous 216 "Websafe" color palette, complete with HEX, RGB, percentage, and even the new ReallySafe palette, all for your viewing pleasure.
Looking for a great character reference? No, we won't help with your job search, but with HTML characters. HTML with Style serves up some stylish symbols used by HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0.
Produced by Stephanos Piperoglou
Created: December 15, 2000
Revised: December 29, 2000