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  • Hovering Color Dilemma

    Hello,

    Can you guys/gals help me in selecting the right colors for this menu.

    I selected the color for the text as #022a6e. Can you some help me in selecting the color for hovering.

    If the text color #022a6e and needs to be changed, I will do.

    Thank you
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  • #2
    Just drop #022a6e down by 25-35% in color. Thus hovering will make it slightly lighter.

    What does your other colors look like on the sight?
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    • #3
      What works best?

      Check out adobe's Kuler application. It allows you to find complimentary colors in a few clicks.

      http://kuler.adobe.com

      (then click on create)

      Jade

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      • #4
        Drazan,
        Awesome, Thank you!
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