As I create web sites or images, I often have to match the color of something that already exists. I’m the world’s worst at being able to accurately match colors, so I began seeking an option that would tell me the RGB (red, green blue) code of an image or a color or the hex code of a color.
Color Detector is a free program that lets you detect the color of any pixel on the screen. Simply run the program, point the mouse cursor anywhere on the screen, and the color detector window will display the RGB values, HTML hex code, and the color name of the color of the pixel pointed to by the mouse cursor. You can use the F6 or F7 keys to copy the RGB or hex codes to the clipboard, where you can copy them into whatever image program you’re using to try and match the colors. Unfortunately for Mac users, it’s a Windows-only application.
Start matching your web colors here.
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