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Hi Guys,

I was wondering if anyone could help me by telling me what the colour codes where on the footer of http://mightyavonradio.com

also the green on the audio player and the maroon on the audio player too??
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jonathanduane2010
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jonathanduane2010
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Santosh GuptaCommented:
open the site in google chrome and then press F12. you will be able to see details of every contents .
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GaryCommented:
The footer is an image, there is no colour codes.
The green is #2a8a26
The maroon is #5e2034
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MacroShadowCommented:
The footer seems something like #372B07 the green #2C780E and the maroon #481113.

I can't imagine I got it exactly but it is pretty close.
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Tom BeckCommented:
The audio player is Flash so there's no way to get the colors from Developer Tools for that. The footer background is an image so the exact color will vary.

I can tell you that the green text in the footer is #0A8705 and the maroon text is #79523b.

Using the Digital color Meter app on my Mac I can extract what the computer sees and convert to hex using this site, http://www.javascripter.net/faq/rgbtohex.htm

The footer background averages out to around RGB(48, 30, 15). Converted to hex: #301E0F.

The Green in the Flash audio player comes out as RGB( 42, 138, 38 ), hex, #2A8A26.

The maroon in the Flash audio player is in two shades.
1.) RGB( 90, 30, 50 ), hex, #5A1E32
2.) RGB(115, 64, 81 ), hex #734051
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GaryCommented:
Curious, everyone is picking a different element for the maroon color as each element is very slightly different
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