RGB stands for Red-Green-Blue, and there are hexadecimal color charts for putting any shade you like on a site, but that doesn't tell you what colors will look good together on the web.
You could use any other color, hexadecimal or RGB value, or some other style such as "dotted" or "dash." You can see examples of each variation on the Border Codes page.
The Oregon Trail is remembered to this day as one of the best kids' software titles ever to grace an RGB monitor and has earned accolades and awards from game experts and educators alike.
Like the three digit RGB values, these hex numbers also became codified and memorized by web designers too busy to look them up on charts, such as the one at WebMonkey.
Start by adjusting the settings in the menu: choose the image format, from JPEG or Raw format, as well as sRGB or RGB color management for post-processing.
All of these colors are completely customizable using Xanga Design Codes|HTML and RGB codes or simply using the color picker that pops up.
RGB values are either three or six hexadecimal digits indicating color and preceded by a hash tag: #FFFFFF is white, for example.
It's pretty easy to remember the basics - 000000 is black, for example, and FFFFFF is white (rgb values of 255, 255, 255).
The RGB values of any color can be represented - and more importantly, exactly duplicated - through three numbers.
You can either enter RGB codes (such as "#000" for black) or select to have it transparent, no color at all.