Web Color Reference
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Internet Explorer provides many additional color names since version 4.0. Using these names is a bad idea, since not every browser understands them, and I can't really blame any piece of software that is puzzled by "bisque." They are provided here to aid porting to numerical color notations, as well as for entertainment value. Personally, "darkgoldenrod" just cracks me up.
Netscape also has a host of color names, many of them shared with IE. Since this article's original publication, many readers have written to us suggesting Netscape compatible name/value color listings. Among those suggested is this page: http://developer.netscape.com/docs/manuals/js/client/jsref/colors.htm from Netscape's Developer Web site.
The color table is shown below:
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