LearnDiscover the Color Palette of Any Website

writes on December 13, 2011

Have you ever been enamored with a beautiful color palette on the web? It can be a pain investigating the colors by checking out a stylesheet or using built-in browser developer tools.

The people over at PANDR have created a really cool bookmarklet that allows you to see all the colors on a web page with one click. Simply drag their bookmark link into your browser’s bookmark toolbar and then click the newly created link. Alternatively, you can visit the page containing the color tool and simply type in a URL.

Awesome stuff!

8 Responses to “Discover the Color Palette of Any Website”

  1. Well I’m just a tween so I’m not really one to talk for money (shipping)
    issues or quality of make-up but I definitely love these colors!!!: 

  2. Great post, I enjoyed ready reading it

  3. I’m working with HTML(eg. bgcolor) and CSS(color & background-color)
    color stuff. I struggle to get the RGB combination for the different
    colors I desired.

  4. jQuery Rocks on December 24, 2011 at 3:49 pm said:

    That’s pretty cool… when I see the palettes for my websites, most of them look decent, but one of them I’m like “I do not remember using 15 colors!”  This tool should help with simplifying and coordinating the palettes.

  5. I checked ou 3 websites with the tool, and it got none of them correct.
    IMHO pretty useless

  6. Awesome, Nick! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  7. Awesome, Nick! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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