Colors influence everything and everyone. Colors always matter when advertising your business, designing a book, or developing a webpage. Suppose you are in the middle of creating an HTML or CSS webpage, which might be for a blog or an e-Commerce dealings page. Despite knowing the exact colors you want to use on certain parts of the page, you face the problem of not having the colors in your required color model. The Color Converter tool can efficiently solve this issue.
What is the Color Converter tool?
The Color Converter takes a color as input which ranges from 0 to 255, and gives the output values in a hexadecimal string, which can be used for color specification in HTML or CSS code.
Not just hexadecimal string, this tool will convert any color you enter into many other color formats such as RGB, HSL, HSV, and CMYK. You just required need to insert the color value for accurate conversion. Moreover, this tool displays the color preview clearly, so the user would know that the displayed color is the chosen one. It displays the color values for all the color formats.
How to use the Color Converter?
- Enter the name of the color into the first box.
- Tap on 'Convert' to find the results in five different color formats.
Following are short descriptions for each of the color formats
This format consists of the items red, green, and blue, which are the base color model for the converter.
This presents RGB decimal values in
It consists of the components hue, saturation, and brightness. It's derived from the RGB color model. To better understand this color model, you may consider it an HTS (hue, tint, shade) model.
It is similar to the HSB Color as it all consists of the components defining colors in terms of their hue, saturation, and lightness. These colors are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple.
Its components are named cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (key). It is the basic color model for printing pictures or text.
Q. What are the applications of the Color Converter tool?
Color values in hex allow you to load the time of a web page a bit. Computers can easily deal with binary digits, while decimal digits take hours to convert.