#dda0dd (Plum) Color HTML CSS codes

Hex Color Code#dda0dd
RGB Color Codergb(221, 160, 221)
HSL Color Codehsl(300, 47%, 75%)
CMYK Color Codedevice-cmyk(0% 28% 0% 13%)
CSS Example codebody { background: #dda0dd }
Color Group     Magenta
Grayscale     #bfbfbf
Color NamePlum
RGB (Percent)86.67%, 62.75%, 86.67%
HSL (Natual Numbers)300, 47, 75
HSL (Natual Numbers)0, 28, 0, 13
HUE (Degree)300°
TypeLight (Brightness >= 0.5)

How to Use Color #dda0dd

Text / Font Color:
color: #dda0dd;

Example text using the color #dda0dd.

Background Color:
background-color: #dda0dd;

Border Color:
border-color: #dda0dd;

Box Shadow Color:
box-shadow: 2px 2px 4px #dda0dd;

Text Shadow Color:
text-shadow: 1px 1px 3px #dda0dd;

Example text shadow using the color #dda0dd.

Color #dda0dd Description

The #dda0dd HTML color is made up of 221 Red, 160 Green, and 221 Blue. This color is often called by name Plum. The hue is at 300 degrees, with a saturation value at 47 percent and a lightness value of 75 percent. Therefore, this color can be considered to be Light. In the CMYK color model (used in the printing process), the composition is 0% Cyan, 28% Magenta, 0% Yellow, and 13% key (black). Colors that looks similar: #bfa0dd, #dda0dd, #dda0bf. May be found within the Magenta Color Codes Group.

Note: Color names are subjective, therefore, a single name could potentially represent a multitude of HEX color values.