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Which values I have to choose?

Posted on 2001-08-22
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Hello:

After I open a color picker menu in photoshop, there are many values come at the right hand side like:

H:        L:
S:        a:
B:        b:

R:        C:
G:        M:
B:        Y:
          K:

If I want to put the same color in my html as a background then which value I have to choose #??????

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Below the RGB values, there is another space labelled with a # where you can type in the hexadecimal value used by your web page.  You can even check the "Only Web Colors" box on the lower left to select from a palette of only web colors.
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