Hexadecimal Codes & Color Tester
Hexadecimal codes are sets of numbers and letters assigned to colors. They are used in coding (such as in your shop, on your petpage, for a font, etc.) in place of the full name of a color (such as sky blue). For instance, #0000FF is blue, so you can use "font color=#0000FF" instead of "font color=blue". In that case, it's longer, but for colors such as medium slate blue, it's much quicker and easier since you don't need to know the color name. (In case you're interested, the hex code for medium slate blue is #7B68EE.) The main color codes you need to know are "#000000" and "#FFFFFF", which are black and white, respectively. Whenever using hexadecimal codes, remember to include the # sign in front of it. For some hexadecimal codes, try looking at this colour wheel . You can test out different colors and hexadecimal codes below. Note that the text will default to black and the line will default to gray if an invalid color is entered.
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