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This is the base color Busy Dark Blue, RGB value R:0, G:54, B:121, hexadecimal #{{Color Busy Dark Blue}}. It is part of this wiki's [[:Category:Base color templates|base color palette]]. It is not meant to be used directly, but rather to be inserted in one or more [[:Category:Color combination|color combinations]]. Should you nevertheless wish to use it directly, you must know that it ONLY returns the six-digit hexadecimal color code.
 
This is the base color Busy Dark Blue, RGB value R:0, G:54, B:121, hexadecimal #{{Color Busy Dark Blue}}. It is part of this wiki's [[:Category:Base color templates|base color palette]]. It is not meant to be used directly, but rather to be inserted in one or more [[:Category:Color combination|color combinations]]. Should you nevertheless wish to use it directly, you must know that it ONLY returns the six-digit hexadecimal color code.
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The color looks like the background in this table:
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{| style="color: black; background-color:#{{Color Busy Dark Blue}}" cellpadding="10"
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| Black text
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|- style="color: white;"
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| White text
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|}
  
 
You can use it like this:
 
You can use it like this:

Latest revision as of 21:40, 25 March 2013

This is the base color Busy Dark Blue, RGB value R:0, G:54, B:121, hexadecimal #003679. It is part of this wiki's base color palette. It is not meant to be used directly, but rather to be inserted in one or more color combinations. Should you nevertheless wish to use it directly, you must know that it ONLY returns the six-digit hexadecimal color code.

The color looks like the background in this table:

Black text
White text

You can use it like this:

<span style="color:#{{Color White}}; background:#{{Color Busy Dark Blue}}"> This text will be white and on a Busy Dark Blue background </span>

This results in: This text will be white and on a Busy Dark Blue background