HSL: a color format for humans

Over at the Cloud Four blog, Paul Hebert digs into HSL colors

Colors on the web are confusing — but they don’t have to be! The HSL format makes it easy for humans and computers to work with color.

Included are some nice CodePen-hosted Color Pickers, such as this one:

See the Pen HSLA Color Picker using Custom Props by Paul Hebert (@phebert) on CodePen.

HSL: a color format for humans →

☝️ Remember that nowadays you can drop the Functional Color Notation (e.g. hsla(180, 50%, 50%, 100%)) and use the Space-Separated Color Notation (e.g. hsla(180 50% 50% / 100%)) instead. It’s supported in all major browsers.

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