Type your color in the box in the left, it doesn't matter the format and how you space the values.
You can also try with a keyword.
Using rgb.to is pretty simple, just type the color you want to convert in the top input box and click the button below. You can enter the color value in any format you want, rgb.to will figure out the color you just entered (RGB, HSL, Hex, keyword, Pantone or RAL).
It doesn't matter which characters you use (spaces, commas, hyphens etc.)... It will work anyway!
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Using the URL
You can easily convert any color anytime if you type its values in the URL to rgb.to. If no format is provided rgb.to will asume you are converting an RGB or Hex value.
You can add the color format right before introducing its value (this is mandatory for HSL / HSB values). Here are some examples.
http://rgb.to/rgb/255,12,23 http://rgb.to/hex/FFFFFF http://rgb.to/hsl/354,10,90 http://rgb.to/hsb/354,10,90
Now you can also convert Pantone Matching System and RAL Classic colours.
The keywords used in this project have been taken from (What color is...? ), a very interesting project worth taking a look. Only keywords from English, French, Italian and Spanish have been included so far.
You may be wondering: why release another color conversion utility when there are so many already on the net?
Testing my own JS color conversion library (named colz) is a priority for me and using it in real projects is the best way to test it. This helped me remove many bugs. As I add more features to colz, I’ll try to add new features to rgb.to too.
Colz is a better UX because most color convertors available online contain important disadvantages. For example, you need to enter three color values in three different inputs that must be located among dozens of them!.
You can find colz here:
It´s been hard work finding the best color equivalencies between the different color systems (especially between Pantone and RAL guides). I needed to cross-check guides and apply some mathematical magic to achieve the best results.
The conversion between Pantone, RAL and CMYK are based in the references provided by the companies, but you are encouraged to check the values in the official guides on your own, especially before having your projects sent to the offset press.
This being a personal project, updates and improvements will be done exclusively in my spare time. I’ll be adding more color formats in the future (CMYK and others especially useful). I am curious about color scheme generation/integration, so I hope I can improve that part by adding better algorithms to the color scheme generation section in the future.
Perhaps I will come up with some kind of integration with ColorLovers or Adobe Kuler... I don't know ;)