Extract Color Codes From Websites
By on February 19th, 2009

Color combinations go a long way in the making of a website design, and there are several times when you come across websites that make use of pretty good colors. Users usually use a color picker tool to get the color codes for a color they like.

However there is a much more easier way in which you can extract all the colors used in a website. A service called I Like Your Colors reads the stylesheets from a website, and shows you all the color hexadecimal codes used on it, in a easy to view visual interface.


To extract color codes from a website, simply enter the URL of the website and click on the Get Colors button, I Like Your Colors will crawl the website and display all colors from the embedded styles as well as from the external stylesheets used on the website.

A service definitely worth using and recommended by us.

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