O'Reilly logo

Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference by Danny Goodman

Stay ahead with the world's most comprehensive technology and business learning platform.

With Safari, you learn the way you learn best. Get unlimited access to videos, live online training, learning paths, books, tutorials, and more.

Start Free Trial

No credit card required

Appendix A. Color Names and RGB Values

Netscape was the first to develop a library of color names that could be used as attribute and scripted object property color values in place of hexadecimal triplet values. Internet Explorer 4 also supports the use of these values. Color names in both tag attributes and scripts are case insensitive. Typically, if you set a color attribute or property to one of the named colors, the object property is reflected in scripts as the hexadecimal triplet value for that color. Also be aware that some colors in this collection require 16- or 24-bit color to achieve the proper hue.

Color Name

Red

Green

Blue

aliceblue
F0
F8
FF
antiquewhite
FA
EB
D7
aqua
00
FF
FF
aquamarine
7F
FF
D4
azure
F0
FF
FF
beige
F5
F5
DC
bisque
FF
E4
C4
black
00
00
00
blanchedalmond
FF
EB
CD
blue
00
00
FF
blueviolet
8A
2B
E2
brown
A5
2A
2A
burlywood
DE
B8
87
cadetblue
5F
9E
A0
chartreuse
7F
FF
00
chocolate
D2
69
1E
coral
FF
7F
50
cornflowerblue
64
95
ED
cornsilk
FF
F8
DC
crimson
DC
14
3C
cyan
00
FF
FF
darkblue
00
00
8B
darkcyan
00
8B
8B
darkgoldenrod
B8
86
0B
darkgray
A9
A9
A9
darkgreen
00
64
00
darkkhaki
BD
B7
6B
darkmagenta
8B
00
8B
darkolivegreen
55
6B
2F
darkorange
FF
8C
00
darkorchid
99
32
CC
darkred
8B
00
00
darksalmon
E9
96
7A
darkseagreen
8F
BC
8F
darkslateblue
48
3D
8B
darkslategray
2F
4F
4F
darkturquoise
00
CE
D1

With Safari, you learn the way you learn best. Get unlimited access to videos, live online training, learning paths, books, interactive tutorials, and more.

Start Free Trial

No credit card required