Extract and mine color palettes from online files.
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Enter http(s):// and full file path.
This tool allows users to mine color-color, color-space, and space-space relationships.
This is done by generating fractalettes (palettes within palettes) from online files.
Accepts URLs ending in .htm(l), .asp(x), .php, .js, .css, .txt, or similar file extensions.
Returns inverted, complementary, and triadic colors and color space values.
When available, returns color names from W3C CSS3, X11, and third-party color dictionaries.
To use it, submit an absolute URL; i.e., http(s) scheme and full path.
Who can use it?
Web designers, developers, or programmers that want to replicate colors from other sites.
Color artists, fashion designers, interior decorators, or anyone who use colors in their work.
Researchers, teachers, students, or anyone interested in color theory or mining colors.
Submit a URL pointing to a color dictionary, list of web safe colors, or customized color list.
Then, use the generated fractalette as a standalone reference tool.
To extract colors from external CSS, JS, or TXT files, just submit their absolute URLs.