moo Color Finder - find CSS colors used on a website
This neat little tool extracts any color information, no matter if inline CSS, CSS files via import or link, and even if you have a master CSS file with references to other css files - mooColorFinder reads it out.
So, as long as a website specifies its CSS styles W3C conform, this script will find the colors used - yet not every other type of integration can be read, but 99% of the pages work out.
You can even display the color cloud on your page, as long as you use a dynamic page like php. Simply call the cloud with
<?php $content = file_get_contents("
echo $content; ?>
This colorfinder helps you to determine colors used by a website, so you can find suitable colors for your own page. It is not intended to help you stealing complete color schemes from websites but to aid you building your own color scheme.
You can now even download the palette as Photoshop™ Palette File ( .aco ) and use it directly in your own projects.
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