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Got a question, hope someone can answer... To get a website on the internet do you need to have a iPage web host? Thanks for any response. Another question I got... Anyone know of a list of hex codes that order colors sequentially? Something that goes from dark red to light red to .... whatever is next, instead of organizing by numeric/ alphabetic. I am looking for a list of the hex codes as they would appear across the color spectrum moving left to right..

If anyone can point me towards a list, that would be wonderful..

If youd like to know why I want this, it's because I am toying with a page that sets the CSS of the page to a different hex color code every 20 seconds. To make the effect subtle, Id like to include the variances in shade between colors.... sort of a slow transition between colors so that it is not noticeable for a while..

Finally I am going to make the page 'remember' what color you were on when you clicked to the next page. That would mean if you were in mid blue when you clicked on a link, the new page would start with mid blue and continue on through the spectrum..

Thanks for your help!..

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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

Thanks Kevin and Fred for your suggestions..

Basically what I was looking for is a transitional hex code chart across the spectrum like the gif below. I think once you see the pic, you'll have a better understanding of what I am looking for. Most color charts are disjointed... that is to say they show shades of red fine, nut not the points that red changes into orange..

Heres that pic......

Comment #2

Well I thought I had one that looks like that gif, but I have others one..

Comment #3

Try this one as well:.


I think this is more what you're looking for...

Comment #4

Here's a iPage site where you can purchase color charts and the like. They look very good..


Here's a close-up of their Color Chart:.


And, no, I don't work for them. It just looks like they have a great product...

Comment #5

Those are all really good charts.... but they dont show me how to get across the spectrum cleanly. Looks like I can open up photoshop, and just go down one by one with the slider, and note the hex codes. I'll probably have to use web safe colors anyway..

Thanks for all your help!..

Comment #6

Don't give up yet!!!.

Here's exactly what you need.



Comment #7

Cool beans mark! I like that one!.

That will come in handy for a color schema persentation... now the only thing left is to have the cell/font/background colors user defined for the new iPage site that hopefully will be ready for fall! (personal work, NOT BR related).

This will save me some time for the colors while my PA people are at their desk tinkering with ideas!.


Comment #8

Mark, that was seriously cool! I think I am going to use it on some of my pages! I nominate this as a most helpful thread award!..

Comment #9

Mark, is that your site?... Ok, I see that it is indeed your site. Good stuff there, though a little compact...

Comment #10

Thanks. I will add it for the background colout of the page too!..

Comment #11

Mark, did you write that script? If so I have an idea.......

Comment #12

Well, it had to do with changing the color scheme of a page with a slider instead of a button. You had most of the code down, however yours was pretty tricky for the average surfer to figure out..

I was going to make a slider that went from red to orange to yellow to green to blue to black..

Your existing sliders simply ajust how much red, green, or blue exist. Playing with the sliders was a hit and miss affair if your goal was to 'make' a color. Try orange. Pretty tricky..

Anyway, I may pass on the idea, and just use color buttons as you saw on the screenshot I sent ya. I think five colors for manipulation is good. I also may allow the user to set the opacity of the color by pressing it multiple times. We'll see. I don't see that div opacity is supported in N6, but I may be suprised. Also, it wouldn't matter if if N6 cant reflow the page... wouldn't be worth a reload...

Comment #13

I thought about it, and now I have another colour picker here:.


It has about the same concept as you wanted it (highlighted in italics)...

Comment #14

Mark, thats a really good one. I am not sure if I can incorporate it into my iPage site though. Where do you get these?..

Comment #15

Here is a chart that kind of follows the gradual changes of colors, at least it has the progession of hex codes...

Comment #16

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.