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Codes and Numbers

Please check out Hexadecimal Chart to see what codes are available to name.
The hexadecimal code that matches this color is

Justification

This article will be judged by what is written as a justification and may be deleted or rewritten if the justification does not adhere to the Color Sorting Policies.
This color was named for


Confirmation by Picture


References



Template documentation (for the above template, sometimes hidden or invisible)

This template offers a more advanced version of how a color article should be. This page will show how to use this template:

A blank example of this template:

{{Color Article Test
| Palette1         = <!-- The main color -->
| Palette2         =
| Palette3         =
| Palette4         =
| Palette5         =
| Palette6         =
| Palette7         =
| Palette8         =
| Palette9         =
| Palette10        =
| Alternate Names  =
| Altercite        = <!-- Need/No Need -->
| Colorcite        = <!-- Need/No Need -->
| Hexaref          = <!-- Type where it comes from. Remember to add <ref></ref> at the front and at the end of each citation! -->
| Justification    = 
| Justicite        = <!-- Need/No Need -->
| Shade of         = <!-- (Fill this with  Black, Gray, White, Pink, Red, Purple, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, or Brown) -->
| Alternate Shade  =
| Article          = <!-- No need to fill in if the word starts with a consonant, otherwise, type "an". -->
| Named after      = <!-- (Fill this with  Fruit, Animal, Vegetable, Gem, Metal, Drink, Person, Wood, Plant or ...) -->
| Nameref          = <!-- Type where it comes from. Remember to add <ref></ref> at the front and at the end of each citation! -->
| Namecite         = <!-- Need/No Need -->
| Image            =
| Source           = <!-- Use Reflist template -->
}}

Parameters

Palette1 (and its brothers)

The parameter, Palette1, is the parameter of showing the color of an object. When you insert a hexadecimal code into the parameter, it will show a square box which is filled with the color you inserted. Some objects should have more than a color, which means you need to type in different hex codes. Palette2 offers a second platform to let you insert in a second hex code; palette3 offers a third platform to let you insert in a third hex code and so on.

Alternate Names

The parameter, Alternate Names, is the parameter of showing another possible names of the color. This area needs to be cited to make sure that it appears to have the color. Some colors will have more than a name and this area can help you type another names.

Altercite

The parameter, Altercite, a.k.a Alternate Names Citation, is a "switch". Typing need means that it is lack of citation of the alternate names. This area could be omitted IF all alternate names are all cited.

Colorcite

The parameter, Colorcite, a.k.a Color Citation, is also a "switch". Typing "need" means that it is lack of citation of the hex code given. This area could be omitted IF all hex codes are all cited. If the color is created by somebody else, it should be cited into the creator's color. We accept citation to COLOURLovers.

Hexaref

The parameter, Hexaref, a.k.a Hexadecimal Reference, is a platform for you to cite the hex code. Type where it comes from. Remember to add <ref></ref> at the front and at the end of each citation! If the article has two hex codes, two citation should be added.

Justification

The parameter, Justification, is a parameter for you to make others know what this color is and its basic information. Citation is crucial in this section.

Justicite

The parameter, Justicite, a.k.a Justification Citation, is a "switch". Typing "need" means that there's no proof to support the justification. This area could be omitted IF the justification is cited.

Shade of

The parameter, Shade of, is a parameter to let you fill the primary shade of the color. No citation is needed because the shade or tint can be visible in the color box. Only one color can be placed or the category will be ruined.

Alternate Shade

The parameter, Alternate Shade, is a counter-parameter to let you fill the secondary shade of the color. One color can be placed or the category will be ruined.

Article

The parameter, Article, helps you to prevent grammar mistake happening in the "Named after" parameter. In this parameter, you can only type "a" or "an" or it will show "a" only.

Named after

The parameter, Named after, is a parameter to let you fill the category of the color. Needs citation too.

Nameref

The parameter, Nameref, a.k.a Name Reference, is similar to "Hexaref" parameter, which offers a platform for you to cite the hex code. Type where it comes from. Remember to add <ref></ref> at the front and at the end of each citation!

Namecite

The parameter, Namecite, a.k.a Name Citation, is simlar to all citation parameters, which is a switch. Typing "need" means that it is a fake name. This area could be omitted IF the name is cited.

Image

The parameter, Image, is an area to put an image. Just add a file into it and you're done! No citation is needed because images can be judged true or fake.

Source

The parameter, Source, is an area to show the source of the article's information. Typing {{Reflist}} would do or otherwise, no source and it will be put on candidates for deletion!


Printing Advice (Primary Color)

Cyan: {{{PrintCyan}}}

Magenta: {{{PrintMagenta}}}

Yellow: {{{PrintYellow}}}

Black: {{{PrintBlack}}}


Template documentation (for the above template, sometimes hidden or invisible)

This template offers a more advanced version of how a color article should be. This page will show how to use this template:

A blank example of this template:

{{Color Article Test
| Palette1         = <!-- The main color -->
| Palette2         =
| Palette3         =
| Palette4         =
| Palette5         =
| Palette6         =
| Palette7         =
| Palette8         =
| Palette9         =
| Palette10        =
| Alternate Names  =
| Altercite        = <!-- Need/No Need -->
| Colorcite        = <!-- Need/No Need -->
| Hexaref          = <!-- Type where it comes from. Remember to add <ref></ref> at the front and at the end of each citation! -->
| Justification    = 
| Justicite        = <!-- Need/No Need -->
| Shade of         = <!-- (Fill this with  Black, Gray, White, Pink, Red, Purple, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, or Brown) -->
| Alternate Shade  =
| Article          = <!-- No need to fill in if the word starts with a consonant, otherwise, type "an". -->
| Named after      = <!-- (Fill this with  Fruit, Animal, Vegetable, Gem, Metal, Drink, Person, Wood, Plant or ...) -->
| Nameref          = <!-- Type where it comes from. Remember to add <ref></ref> at the front and at the end of each citation! -->
| Namecite         = <!-- Need/No Need -->
| Image            =
| Source           = <!-- Use Reflist template -->
}}

Parameters

Palette1 (and its brothers)

The parameter, Palette1, is the parameter of showing the color of an object. When you insert a hexadecimal code into the parameter, it will show a square box which is filled with the color you inserted. Some objects should have more than a color, which means you need to type in different hex codes. Palette2 offers a second platform to let you insert in a second hex code; palette3 offers a third platform to let you insert in a third hex code and so on.

Alternate Names

The parameter, Alternate Names, is the parameter of showing another possible names of the color. This area needs to be cited to make sure that it appears to have the color. Some colors will have more than a name and this area can help you type another names.

Altercite

The parameter, Altercite, a.k.a Alternate Names Citation, is a "switch". Typing need means that it is lack of citation of the alternate names. This area could be omitted IF all alternate names are all cited.

Colorcite

The parameter, Colorcite, a.k.a Color Citation, is also a "switch". Typing "need" means that it is lack of citation of the hex code given. This area could be omitted IF all hex codes are all cited. If the color is created by somebody else, it should be cited into the creator's color. We accept citation to COLOURLovers.

Hexaref

The parameter, Hexaref, a.k.a Hexadecimal Reference, is a platform for you to cite the hex code. Type where it comes from. Remember to add <ref></ref> at the front and at the end of each citation! If the article has two hex codes, two citation should be added.

Justification

The parameter, Justification, is a parameter for you to make others know what this color is and its basic information. Citation is crucial in this section.

Justicite

The parameter, Justicite, a.k.a Justification Citation, is a "switch". Typing "need" means that there's no proof to support the justification. This area could be omitted IF the justification is cited.

Shade of

The parameter, Shade of, is a parameter to let you fill the primary shade of the color. No citation is needed because the shade or tint can be visible in the color box. Only one color can be placed or the category will be ruined.

Alternate Shade

The parameter, Alternate Shade, is a counter-parameter to let you fill the secondary shade of the color. One color can be placed or the category will be ruined.

Article

The parameter, Article, helps you to prevent grammar mistake happening in the "Named after" parameter. In this parameter, you can only type "a" or "an" or it will show "a" only.

Named after

The parameter, Named after, is a parameter to let you fill the category of the color. Needs citation too.

Nameref

The parameter, Nameref, a.k.a Name Reference, is similar to "Hexaref" parameter, which offers a platform for you to cite the hex code. Type where it comes from. Remember to add <ref></ref> at the front and at the end of each citation!

Namecite

The parameter, Namecite, a.k.a Name Citation, is simlar to all citation parameters, which is a switch. Typing "need" means that it is a fake name. This area could be omitted IF the name is cited.

Image

The parameter, Image, is an area to put an image. Just add a file into it and you're done! No citation is needed because images can be judged true or fake.

Source

The parameter, Source, is an area to show the source of the article's information. Typing {{Reflist}} would do or otherwise, no source and it will be put on candidates for deletion!


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