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Sometimes Chrome element inspector's presentation of the colors on the web site you are viewing is overloaded with too many colors! You can cut down on the information overload by putting only the colors you want in a custom color palette. It still saves you from having to memorize your color hex or RGB codes and constantly have to type them when modifying your css,





  • Title: "Use Custom Color Palettes in Chrome Element Inspector - 🛠 MM Live Stream #153 - YouTube"
    - Tim Davis is discussing a method to simplify color changes on websites using Chrome Element Inspector.
    - Video is part of "Maintenance Monday" series on the "Basic Joomla Tutorials" YouTube channel.
    - Sponsored by MySites.Guru, offering free site audits and website management tools.
    - Demonstrates how to create a custom color palette in Chrome Element Inspector for efficient color changes.
    - The process involves using the eyedropper tool to select and add desired colors to the custom palette.
    - Custom palette helps maintain consistent branding colors and simplifies color changes on different pages.
    - Explains how to use the custom palette to select and apply colors in the CSS of a website.
    - Mention of 34th wedding anniversary and channel subscriber count nearing 2,000.
    - Monetization reinstated on the channel, but Tim won't be using ads due to annoyance and minimal earnings.
    - Discussion about TubeBuddy, a tool used by Tim to manage and optimize YouTube content.
    - Some viewer interactions and questions regarding website tools and experiences with "Nice Pages."

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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