I will be adding "Citation Needed" and [1], [2] to this wiki to prevent unreliable source. The problem is, it will take time and sophisticated codes to implement into Template:Color Article. Therefore, I may seek help to really get it alright. If an article has "Citation Needed", it will be categorized as "Articles that lack reliable sources". Therefore the parameters for an item which needs citation will be the following:

Altercite = Need

Colorcite = Need

Justicite = Need

Namecite = Need

When these parameters are not used, the items will not be regarded as "citation needed" and therefore, it is not a must to put the parameters and say "no need".

I've also added a lane called "Article" to prevent grammar mistakes in "Named After".


{{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 -->

Scroll down to see the description of each color.


Codes and Numbers

Please check out Hexadecimal Chart to see what codes are available to name.
The hexadecimal code that matches this color is FF7F00, FFA700[citation needed]


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 Georgia Peaches[citation needed]

This color is a shade of Orange and Brown

The color Wildoneshelper/Citation Needed is named after a fruit. [2]

Confirmation by Picture


  1. From Wikipedia
  2. From Wikipedia

Printing Advice (Primary Color)

Cyan: {{{PrintCyan}}}

Magenta: {{{PrintMagenta}}}

Yellow: {{{PrintYellow}}}

Black: {{{PrintBlack}}}

I may expand more which will include the palette template too!

Disclaimer: This function is not applied to the Color Article template yet.

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