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Saturday, February 3, 2007

Getting color information on a website!

This a pretty neat Firefox extension that gives the precise color code on any website. What I use to do instead of this is take a screenshot and import the image in Photoshop to get the info. It is much longer and also costly if you don't have Photoshop. This tip can be used for Web Design or to simply capture the information from a website (or a picture) and used it in any software (Office, iWork...). You could per example capture the color of a company website for whom you have to create a Word document. This Firefox extension can be downloaded here.





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