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    Smile Pick the right colors

    I have trouble picking the right colors for
    my website(www.Alpacadex.com).
    People say the colors hurt their eyes.
    I like to stay with green and yellow or
    any other jungle theme colors.
    Does any one have any ideas? Please give
    specific color numbers/codes?
    Thank you.
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    You could always try something to help you pick?
    Here's one:
    http://www.colorschemer.com/
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    A really nice and free online tool:
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    Red text on a green background doesn't work. Try yellow (#FF0000) or white text.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starrwriter
    Red text on a green background doesn't work. Try yellow (#FF0000) or white text.
    Very true! Use compliment colours not opposite colors .


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