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I am a web front designer , sometimes I see some very cool web sites with beatiful color themes , I want to get the colors's list of the website ,what software or firefox plugin can do this job ?

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I would either use the Inspect Element tool (right click) or install Firebug. Check the CSS or HTML for the colors. If you're confused, check out w3schools.com. (Google Chrome's Inspect Element is very much like Firebug, but better. Also, I have found Chrome to be more standards compliant (such as the CSS @print rules).)

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Web Developer for Chrome can generate an overview over the used colors on a website:

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Even if something could run through and grab all the #tags from the HTML/CSS they will be meaningless to you in that there is no promise that the tags are even in use!

I suggest you do a print screen and paste the site into Photoshop or similar and then use the Color Picker tool to work out which color(s) you like!

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