RGB (Red-Green-Blue)

RGB (Red-Green-Blue)

RGB, an acronym for Red, Green, Blue, is a color model that screen displays use to represent various colors. It combines three primary colors — red, green, and blue, to create different hues. Each color has a value from 0 to 255, signifying its intensity. By adjusting these values, web designers can produce various colors.

For example, the RGB value (255, 0, 0) represents the purest form of red, with green and blue entirely absent. Similarly, (0, 255, 0) signifies pure green, and (0, 0, 255) stands for pure blue. This system allows designers to define and apply color to specific web page elements, enhancing visual appeal.

Visit Webflow University to explore how to design with the color picker. Visit the Webflow Blog to learn more about color theory and how to incorporate the right colors to encourage site visitors to take action on your website.

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