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    iso
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    I am just wondering what are the "rules" to wbe design when it comes to colors. Do I have to stick to the 216 colors or can a person design a site with the full range of the millions of colors that are available. The first couple sites i worked on the 216 colors seemed good enough, but now need a little extra room to experiment with to get the look and feel that I want.

    I do use css loyaly in case it matters. Thanks for the help

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    At this moment in time... I would really not care about "web-safe" colors as so many people have computers that can handle at True Color (16-bit at the least).

    I'd go for looks over color-compatability.
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    I second that

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    cool. That is what I wanted to hear. Thanks for the input.

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    Web-safe colours are a thing of the past really.


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