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Hexadecimal Color Chart

By Edited May 19, 2016 2 8

Shades of Hue

Learning colors in Hex can help you create a unique publisher ad to match your blog or website color palette.  RGB is an acronym for red, green and blue.  There are many predefined colors that belong to the RGB spectrum.  Sixteen of them are listed below.  You can also create unique colors with a hexadecimal number. Hexadecimal colors have their own numbers to define themselves.

Hexadecimal Color Chart Sixteen Colors

Silver Gray Maroon Green Navy Purple Olive Teal
White Black Red Lime Blue Magenta Yellow Cyan

RGB Acronym means Red, Green and Blue.  The RGB color model is an additive color model in which red, green and blue light are added together in various ways to reproduce a broad array of colors.

The main purpose of the RGB color model is for the sensing, representation and display of images in electronic systems such as TV and computers; however, publishers who create their own Adsense or Chitika ads manually use the hexadecimal colors too.  When a publisher creates an Adsense or Chitika ad manually, the publisher can give the ad a unique blast of color to match their website or blog.  A publisher can use hexadecimal colors for the title, text, link, background and boarder of the ad they are creating.

Nubered Hexadecimal Colors

Each Hexadecimal color has it's own unique number and when creating an ad manually, a publisher can simply add the unique number into each title, text, link, background and boarder fields to their liking.  Hexadecimal colors are created when red, green and blue are mixed together to create a unique color of it's own and using a Hexadecimal color chart makes it very easy for a publisher to create a unique looking Adsense or Chitika ad.

Using Hexadecimal color charts work well with many publisher programs other than Adsense and Chitika but I choose to speak of these two publisher programs because I use these two publisher programs most of the time.  The Hexadecimal color chart give the ads I create manually a unique look and feel.  Also, when I submit a Hexadecimal color number into one of the fields (title, text, background and boarder) while creating an ad manually, I get to view the ad before I click save to create the HTML or JavaScript Code and this is good because I can edit the colors before I finish the whole manual process of creating an ad code.  Creating ads manually is time consuming but in the long run helps a publisher earn the full amount of revenue generated from the impressions and clicks your ad receives.  

If your familiar with using basic HTML codes while creating blogs and websites, you can tweak a blog or website HTMLs background, text or title using the Hexadecimal color chart too.  With a little practice and a little tweak here and there, you can make your blog or website stand out from the rest.

If your a newbie and find this information a bit hard to understand or follow, you can teach yourself how to understand more by using blogger.com to create a blog if your an Adsense publisher.  Sign into blogger, go to your blog, click view blog and on the top right side of the page you will see the word Design.  Click on the word Design, click Add A Gadget, click the + sign next to Adsense (Earn revenue by displaying relevant ads on your blog) and this is where you can choose the format and colors.  Customize colors make it easy for you to choose from a handful of colors but if you place a Hexadecimal color number of your choice into the fields, you can create the ad to your unique style and liking and you will be able to view the ad before you click on save.  Practice because creating ads manually should be enjoyable and fun.



Mar 25, 2011 12:57pm
Looks great!
Mar 25, 2011 1:03pm
Yeah, thank you very much. Learning how to use a new platform is the hardest part.
Mar 25, 2011 3:54pm
Will bookmark this article "for the day" - thank you.
Mar 26, 2011 12:15am
Thanks so much. I look forward to creating better IB articles now.
Mar 26, 2011 7:16am
homebaseincome: I am following you closely from afar because I admire what you have accomplished (your blogs, for instance) and hope to implement what I learn if in fact I find that "this writing gig is for me". I will be so thrilled when actual (real) money finds its way to me. Thank you for sharing your article.
Mar 26, 2011 11:57am
Wow, that is so cool. I joined adsense in May 2008 and it is so challenge to create streams of income online using free resources but I'm still doing it because it is working for me.

I want you to know I posted an update to the thread I created, Food For Thought Part-Two.
May 6, 2011 8:38pm
Wow! very practical food for thought - and action! Thanks!
Jun 12, 2011 1:34am
I have used various color charts online for many years now. Often times I have trouble telling blues and purples apart. By ensuring I am using the same code in the website I can make sure the colors are truly identical.
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