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16 BASIC COLOURS (all that was available in the early days of the Internet)

Aqua/Cyan

Black

Blue

Fuchsia

Grey

Green

Lime

Maroon

Navy

Olive

Purple

Red

Silver

Teal

White

Yellow

Aqua

Black

Blue

Fuchsia

Grey

Green

Lime

Maroon

Navy

Olive

Purple

Red

Silver

Teal

White

Yellow

00FFFF

000000

0000FF

FF00FF

808080

008000

00FF00

800000

000080

808000

800080

FF0000

C0C0C0

008080

FFFFFF

FFFF00

                               

Trying out patterns in hex values, middle row only. -- NOT FINISHED -- ?? @@@ MISTAKE IN CELL b2 -- JCM 02Aug1999. Still experimenting , finished the middle row 22 Aug 1999, some work on 3rd row 07Sep1999

CCFFFF

FFCCFF

FFFFCC

CCCFFF

FF00FF

FFFF00

Lime

Maroon

Navy

Olive

Purple

Red

Silver

Teal

White

Yellow

*CCFFFF

*FFCCFF

*FFFFCC

*CCCFFF

FFFFFC

00FFFF

FF00FF

0000FF

000FFF

FFF000

880000

008800

000088

000888

008888

880088

FFCCCC CCFFCC CCCCFF *FFFCCC CCCCCF     000066                

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COLOURS OF THE SPECTRUM (x2); codes copied from previous Webpages (when Orange code was copied from book, it looked like Red in one or other browser). 20 Jul 1999: And on my Win 3.1 using Microsoft Internet Explorer, the Orange as below looks very close to Red, not distinct as this is on AOLPress.
993399, FF00FF, 0000FF, 00FF00, FFFF00, FF9933, FF0000, and repeated
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VARIANT OF COLOURS OF THE SPECTRUM -- OFFICIAL COLOUR NAMES from Martin and Davis, Project Cool ...
In my primitive version of "Explorer" the Violet below is completely invisible! -- jcm 19Aug1999. And, the Orange in IE looks just like the Yellow -- 22Aug1999. SYSTEM UP TO WIN98 in 2000, and Explorer upgraded . - jcm 16Jun00
Violet EE82EE, Indigo 4B0082, Blue 0000FF, Green 008000, Yellow FFFF00, Orange FFA500, Red FF0000
Violet Indigo Blue Green Yellow Orange Red
 

THE NAMED COLOURS
from book Martin & Davis Project Cool ... pp 221-22, ~22-24Aug1999
Aqua and Cyan are both coded the same in book (Reason: two Browser firms gave the code different names!)   And Fuschia is the same as Magenta, for the same reason!
(Theoretically, Silver #C0C0C0 (i.e., Grey/Gray) is the background colour of any Webpage unless BGCOLOR is coded.31Aug1999.   But in reality by late 1999 the later versions of N.N. and I.E. supply the background colour as White #FFFFFF if none is specified. - 26June00)
Please use the Hexadecimal codes (#F00F8FF and so on) for the colours, not the Names, because on some older Browsers the names will NOT cause any colour at all to show, but most old Browsers will make some attempt to show a colour if you use the codes. - jcm 16Jul00

*W)aliceblue #F0F8FF *antiquewhite FAEBD7 aqua/cyan 00FFFF *aquamarine 7FFFD4 *W)azure F0FFFF *beige F5F5DC *bisque FFE4C4
black #000000 *blanchedalmond FFEBCD blue 0000FF blueviolet 8A2BE2 brown A52A2A G)burlywood DEB887 G)cadetblue 5F9EA0
chartreuse #7FFF00 D)chocolate D2691E D)coral FF7F50 *cornflowerblue 6495ED *cornsilk FFF8DC crimson DC143C cyan/aqua 00FFFF
D)darkblue 00008B darkcyan 008B8B D)darkgoldenrod B8B60B darkgray A9A9A9 darkgreen 006400 darkkhaki 006400 dark
magenta 8B008B
G)darkolivegreen 556B2F D)darkorange FF8C00 darkorchid 9932CC darkred 8B0000 *darksalmon   E9967A G)darkseagreen 8FBC8F darkslateblue 483D8B
D)darkslategray 2F4F4F darkturquoise 00CED1 darkviolet 9400D3 D)deeppink #FF1493 D)deepskyblue 00BFFF dimgray 696969 dodgerblue 1E90FF
firebrick B22222 *floralwhite FFFAF0 forestgreen 228B22 fuschia/magenta FF00FF G)gainsboro DCDCDC *ghostwhite F8F8FF gold FFD700
goldenrod DAA520 gray 808080 green 008000 D)greenyellow ADFF2F *honeydew F0FFF0 *hotpink FF69B4 indigo 4B0082
*ivory FFFFF0 *khaki F0E68C *lavender E6E6FA *lavenderblush FFF0F5 lawngreen 7CFC00 *lemonchiffon FFFACD *lightblue ADD8E6
*lightcoral F08080 *lightcyan E0FFFF *lightgolden
rodyellow FAFAD2
*lightgreen 90EE90 lightgray D3D3D3 *lightpink FFB6C1 *lightsalmon FFA07A
lightseagreen 20B2AA *lightskyblue 87CEFA lightslategray 778899 lightsteelblue B0C4DE *lightyellow #FFFFE0 lime 00FF00 limegreen 32CD32
*linen FAF0E6 magenta/fuschia FF00FF maroon 800000 G)medium
aquamarine 66CDAA
mediumblue 0000CD medium
orchid BA55D3
mediumpurple 9370DB
medium
seagreen 3CB371
G)medium
slateblue 7B68AE
D)medium
springgreen 00FA9A
medium
turquoise #48D1CC
medium
violetred C71585
midnightblue 191970 *mintcream F5FFFA
*mistyrose FFE4E1 greyish in I.E. *moccasin FFE4B5 *navajowhite FFDEAD navy 000080 *oldlace FDF5E6 olive 808000 olivedrab 6B8E23
D)orange FFA500 orangered FF4500 G)orchid DA70D6 *pale
goldenrod EEE8AA
*palegreen 98FB98 *pale
turquoise #AFEEEE
G)pale
violetred DB7093
*papayawhip FFEFD5 *peachpuff FFDAB9 D)peru CD853F *pink FFC0CD G)plum DDA0DD *powderblue B0E0E6 purple 800080
red FF0000 G)rosybrown BC8F8F royalblue 4169E1 saddlebrown #8B4513 D)salmon FA8072 *sandybrown F4A460 seagreen 2E8B57
*seashell FFF5EE sienna A0522D silver C0C0C0 *skyblue 87CEED slateblue 6A5ACD slategray #708090 *snow FFFAFA
springgreen 00FF7F G)steelblue 4682B4 G)tan D2B48C teal 008080 thistle D8BFD8 D)tomato FF6437 turquoise 40E0D0
*violet EE82EE *wheat F5DEB3 white FFFFFF *whitesmoke F5F5F5 yellow FFFF00 D)yellowgreen A9CD32 D)yellowgreen A9CD32

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