an HTML Colour Picker
NineColours is a helper application for choosing web page colours. Colours may be mixed by adjusting the colour sliders or by picking a starting colour from a colour palette. The display shows the colour as a 16 bit colour and as an 8 bit "websafe" colour. For each colour in the colour list a short note can be attached to remind you what intend to use the colour for.
NineColours can also be used as a colour notebook if you are choosing paint or other colour items.
NineColours was originally designed to help choose colors on a webpage. In the classroom, it can be used to help study the mixing of colors.
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Using NineColours in the Classroom
Once you have choosen your colours the information can be exported as an HTML formatted memo. Just do a hotsync and paste the memo into a document and then display it as a web page. An example of a Colour chart memo exported from NineColours is shown below.
|24 Bit Colour||24 Bit Colour Code||Web Safe Colour||Web Safe Colour Code||Name|
|B10056||990066||Music page heading|
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