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Q1: If I choose Web-safe color, does it mean that my final Web graphics will be displayed in all Web-safe color?
A1: Nope! Although you are using Web-safe color on flat, controlled areas of a composition, whenever a gradient, texture, light source, or text object is introduced to the composition, unsafe colors will occur. This happens because to create more complex objects, variations of a color must occur. These variations result in unsafe color.
Q2:So why use Web-safe color at all?
A2: Well, it's in your best interest when color-matching flat color and keeping colors as consistent and close to safe as possible. The closer to Web-safe a color is, the better the chance that the graphic color will be clear and consistent on browsers and systems with color limitations.
Q3:Can I create Web-safe color schemes?
A3: Absolutely! Just be sure that the Web Safe Colors check box is checked in the Color palette before moving to the Color Scheme palette. Then, after you begin working in the Color Scheme palette, the colors will be selected only from the Web-safe options.


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