Coner Murphy
Jan 18, 2022 ⋅ 8 min read

An advanced guide to setting colors in CSS

Coner Murphy Web developer, content creator, and tech entrepreneur building phytype.com. I post about web dev, tech entrepreneurship, and financial freedom on my Twitter and blog.

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2 Replies to "An advanced guide to setting colors in CSS"

  1. HEX is actually easier and faster than RGB. The HEX color code consists of the same three parts, red, green and blue, defined in two-digit HEX values ranging from 00 (=0 in decimal) to FF (= 255 in decimal ). So, a bright red would be #FF0000 in HEX and RGB(255,0,0) in, well, RGB. That’s FF or 255 of red, 0 of green, 0 of blue. Which one is faster to type and cleaner to read?

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