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VB Code Web Form set color

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I'd like to set colors in my VB COde to "#c1c1c1"

Not Drawing.Color.Whatever
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Use following

 System.Drawing.ColorTranslator.FromHtml("#c1c1c1");
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Codecruiser,
  Thanks.  You gave me that about 2 years ago and I just hadn't used in in a while.
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