In this project, you can create different colors by combining Red, Green, and Blue colors of your choice. A lot of times we can’t find the color we want to use for different projects. In that case, this kind of project will help you completely.
The three colors used here are red, green, and blue respectively. You can create any color you like by combining these colors.
Below is a demo that will help you to know how this RGB Color Generator works. Here you will find the required source code and live demo.
If you want, you can copy the source code and use it in your own work. However, for the source code, you can take the help of the download button below the article.
Hope you like the demo above. As you can see above, I used blue as the background color for the first web page. Then I made a small box. All information will be added to this box and its height will depend on the amount of content. First created a display in which the colors can be seen. Then I made three range slides.
I used HTML’s input function to create the slides. Three range riders have been used for the colors Red, Green, and Blue respectively. Below all is a small box in which the color code can be seen. You can copy that code and use it in your work.
If you only want the source code, you can use the download button at the bottom of the article. However, I request you to follow the tutorial below. This will allow you to know step by step how I made this.
Step 1: Basic structure of the generator
The basic structure of this project has been created using the following HTML and CSS codes. As I said before, a small box has been created at the top of the web page. I used the following HTML and CSS code to make this box.
First I used the background color blue of the web page using CSS code. The background color of the box is white and the width: 380px. The height of the box will depend on the amount of content and the box-shadow has been used to enhance the beauty.
Step 2: Color viewing display
Now is the time to create a display in which the colors can be seen. Under normal circumstances, I have used black as the background color of this display. I have used the height of this display: 200px. If you want to change its height, you can change it from here.
Step 3: Range slider to select color
Now three range sliders have been created using HTML input. The colors of those sliders will combine to form an RGB color. Here are the minimum and maximum values of each range slider.
Step 4: RGB color code view box
Now I have created a box that will be at the very bottom of this project. The color codes can be found in this box. Those codes will be used to use RGB code.