Web-safe Colour Charts

by Simon. Average Reading Time: less than a minute.

Here are 216 web colour charts. There are a variety of ways to colour web sites. These hexadecimal codes can be used in both XHTML and CSS. Decimal colour codes can be used in CSS and most graphics tools.

Download the colour charts:

The organisation by value puts these colours in order of light, middle values and darks.

Non Dithering Colours By Value (340KB)

The organisation by hue puts these colours in order by colour.

Non Dithering Colours By Hue (230KB)

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