Dealing with Web colors used to be a headache. As a Web site creator and graphic designer, I had to bear in mind what my artwork colors would look like on a PC & Mac and through Internet Explorer & Netscape.
Here is how -- Suppose you want to color your text red, add the # in front of a Hex code you desire.
If you want to use the color name to make you font appear, say, deep pink, simply specify the name--with no space at all.
For CSS enthusiasts, use the SPAN HTML tag:
<SPAN STYLE="color: deeppink">text</SPAN>
Want a combo? You got it! You can include practically anything into the all-round SPAN tag (luv it!):
<SPAN CLASS="your.css.class" STYLE="font-weight: bold; font-size: 13px;
Use the two color systems with your Web page or
navigation menu, etc., and you can rest assured that your work will be done with error-proof confidence!