Project Folder Structure:
First, let’s create the basic HTML structure of our RGB color slider. We’ll create a container that will hold the sliders for the Red, Green, and Blue values, along with a result box to display the generated RGB color code. Here’s the HTML code:
Next, let’s add some CSS styles to make our RGB color slider look better. Here’s the CSS code:
generateColor() function is called to set the initial background color and the value of the color code text input. This function is also called every time any of the sliders are moved.
It takes the current values of the red, green, and blue sliders, combines them into an RGB color code string, and sets the value of the color code text input and the background color of the webpage to this color. The
copyColorCode() function is used to copy the color code string to the user’s clipboard when the “Copy Color Code” button is clicked.
By following the steps outlined in this blog post, you should now have a functional RGB color slider. This slider generates and copies color codes to the clipboard. Remember, practice makes perfect. And the more you experiment with your code, the more you’ll learn and improve.
I hope this blog post has been helpful to you, and you’ve learned something new. Happy coding!