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This page provides information how web developers can use ColorCombos tools from their own website.

Linking to the Combo Maker

Web Developers can use the ColorCombos Combo Maker to create color scheme images from their own websites.

Let's say you've created the best Color Scheme selection tool on the entire internet. You may want to offer your website visitors a tool to generate color scheme images from those colors.

To do this, simply link to the ColorCombos Combo Maker and pass along like hex colors in a comma delimited string.

Here's an example link:

And this will create a lovely cupcake image like so...




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