Choosing the right color scheme for your webpage is vital. The emotions that are evoked from the colors should match the content your text carried.
Of course, these are both subject to the reader, but you get the idea.
There are many websites such as Paletton that allow you to choose a color scheme for your website.
As we have seen in the Backgrounds section,
background-color property sets the background color for that box. You can specify which color by predefined colors, RGB, hex value or HSL. The default color is transparent, meaning you can see through to the element behind it.
Once you've chosen a background, make sure the text is still readable to the user. Text is harder to read when there is low contrast between the background and foreground colors.
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