Custom colors for the web are simple to develop, modify, and experiment with this tool. Additionally, it makes it simple to switch between the many color formats that CSS supports, such as HEXA, RGB, and HSL (Hue, Saturation, and Lightness). Both RGB (RGB) and HSL (hsla) formats offer control over the alpha channel.
The color is displayed in all three of the common Web CSS forms as you change the parameters that define it. Additionally, a palette for HSL, HSV, and alpha are produced based on the color that is now selected. The color picker box in the "eyedropper" style may switch between HSL and HSV format.
By dragging colors into the box at the bottom of the tool and sliding them over one another, you may also experiment with how they overlap one another. To move them in front of and behind one another, change the values of their relative Z indices.
You may use this tool to find the ideal CSS colors to use in your HTML.