Soft HTML Color Codes:

Frank Olivo

Frank Olivo is the founder of Sagapixel. Frank is our resident authority on SEO and PPC advertising and is a frequent contributor to a number of blogs.

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HTML colors don’t have to be so difficult to figure out.

There are so many hideous looking web pages out there today. Why, you might ask? It’s because they have no taste in color. So, I have made an effort to relieve this problem by showing you some soft HTML colors which might make a difference in the world.

Below is a simple matrix of soft HTML colors you might consider using. These especially make good table and background colors. Just move your move over one of the HTML color codes and you will see the background color of this page change to the one you selected. It’s just like magic! Next, visit the background colors tutorial to learn how to add the color to your own web page.

#FFFFFF#EEEEEE#DDDDDD
#EEFFFF#FFEEFF#FFFFEE
#EEEEFF#EEFFEE#FFEEEE
#DDEEEE#EEDDEE#EEEEDD
#DDDDEE#DDEEDD#EEDDDD
#DDFFFF#FFDDFF#FFFFDD
#DDDDFF#DDFFDD#FFDDDD
#CCDDDD#DDCCDD#DDDDCC
#CCCCDD#CCDDCC#DDCCCC
#CCEEEE#EECCEE#EEEECC
#CCCCEE#CCEECC#EECCCC
#CCFFFF#FFCCFF#FFFFCC
#CCCCFF#CCFFCC#FFCCCC

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