Enter red, green and blue color levels (0-255) and press the Convert button:
Let's get the hex value of the color we have specified in the color picker as shown in the above example. Click on the dropdown arrow at the top of the page and then enter the hex value as shown in the image below. Click on 'Add' at the bottom of the page to save the change.
You can also use this hex to create an email. Click on the dropdown arrow at the top of the page and enter the hex value of the color you would like to use in the email as shown in the image below. Click on 'Add' at the bottom of the page to save the change.
This is pretty cool but the most powerful feature of this converter is the ability to customize the output. On the dropdown arrow at the top of the page click on the 'Output' option and then enter the hex value of your choice as shown in the image below. Click on 'Options' at the bottom of the page to save the change. This tool is in Beta and has some bugs. Here is what you can expect: Things may break during tests or when your browser support is not great. I will be fixing those as quickly as possible. If you find an error that affects you, please let me know. Default output will be of your laptop's system color. We use that default color because it is always the same. But in case you want to change it, you can use a separate color in the same color picker. If you want to update your colors before publishing, you will need to know the hex values for your own system color. You will need to enter those into the hex input field.
There is no sign up form at the moment, but in the future I will be making a way for people to sign up for updates.