HTML Colour Chart

The table below contains a list of the HTML colours that have names. There are many, many more shades that can be achieved using numbers to define the red, green and blue components of colours. However, at times it is easier to refer to a shade by its name, so for those occasions, this table will be useful.

HTML standard colour set
aqua navy
black olive
blue purple
fuchsia red
gray silver
green teal
lime yellow
maroon white
HTML extended colour set
aliceblue lightgrey
antiquewhite lightpink
aquamarine lightsalmon
azure lightseagreen
beige lightskyblue
bisque lightslategray
blanchedalmond lightsteelblue
blueviolet lightyellow
brown limegreen
cadetblue linen
chartreuse magenta
chocolate mediumaquamarine
coral mediumblue
cornflowerblue mediumorchid
cornsilk mediumpurple
crimson mediumseagreen
cyan mediumslateblue
darkblue mediumspringgreen
darkcyan mediumturquoise
darkgoldenrod mediumvioletred
darkgray midnightblue
darkgreen mintcream
darkkhaki mistyrose
darkmagenta moccasin
darkolivegreen navajowhite
darkorange oldlace
darkorchid olivedrab
darkred orange
darksalmon orangered
darkseagreen orchid
darkslateblue palegoldenrod
darkslategray palegreen
darkturquoise paleturquoise
darkviolet palevioletred
deeppink papayawhip
deepskyblue peachpuff
dimgray peru
dodgerblue pink
firebrick plum
floralwhite powderblue
forestgreen rosybrown
gainsboro royalblue
ghostwhite saddlebrown
gold salmon
goldenrod sandybrown
greenyellow seagreen
honeydew seashell
hotpink sienna
indianred skyblue
indigo slateblue
ivory snow
khaki springgreen
lavender steelblue
lavenderblush tan
lawngreen thistle
lemonchiffon tomato
lightblue turquoise
lightcoral violet
lightcyan wheat
lightgoldenrodyellow whitesmoke
lightgreen yellowgreen