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Topic:What are all the color codes?

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Hello does anyone know the list of color codes?

Yes. To make text colored, you simply put <span style="color:(insert hex triplet here);">(insert text here)</span>. Hex triplets are what give text their color. To find a hex triplet for a color you're looking for, look up a color's name on Wikipedia, and in the infobox should be a hex triplet. ~PikFan23 (Admin)

If you, like me, are too lazy to look it up or can't there is an easier way. Just use the coding PikFan provided, but instead of a hex triplet, put in "yellow" or "blue", maybe even "cyan" or "light red". Although this is a little easier, hex triplets have a far wider variety. Spotty Bulbear.jpg The Spotty Bulbear Peach Bulborb

That is also an option, but, as Peach Bulborb noted, there are only so many names that you can use; I think there are only the common colors. For unique shades and hues of a particular color, I think you'd have to use a hex triplet (as far as I know, anyway). ~PikFan23 (Admin)
Agreed. For actual variety, use the triplets. For ease of access, use plain old colors. Spotty Bulbear.jpg The Spotty Bulbear Peach Bulborb