HSLa Color Values in CSS2:40 with Guil Hernandez
In this CSS Quick Tip, we'll learn how to define color values with the HSLa color model. HSLa stands for Hue, Saturation, Lightness, and alpha. This color method is much more intuitive than RGBA or Hex values, allows you to use the color wheel to select the hue.
[HSLa Color Values In CSS with Guil Hernandez]
Hi, everyone, I’m Guil.
In this Treehouse quick tip,
we’ll learn how to define color values in CSS
with the HSLA color model.
If you’re already familiar with hexadecimal or RGBA color values,
I think you’ll find HSLA values extremely useful for your next project.
Let’s get started.
HSL stands for hue, saturation, lightness, and the A stands
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