Looking through the source code of other sites is an excellent way to pick up HTML methods and tricks.
Click on the images below for working examples (Sololear.com and W3schools.com excepted) In your browser right click to View Page Source on this or any
other page and the code which created it, will be openend.
Copypaste the source in an editor of your choice: Best code editors »
and you are ready for modifying and testing.
The original Color palette by Jelena Buljugic is found on Codepen.io Login to join »
Hexaclock by Jonathan Gotti is also found on Codepen.io Login to join »
Toggle normal time display Hexaclock & Color palette »
The original Color Wheel by Dieter Raber is found on Codepen.io Login to join »
HSL stands for hue, saturation, and lightness - and represents cylindrical-coordinate representation of colors.
Hue is a degree on the color wheel (from 0 to 360) - 0 (or 360) is red, 120 is green,
240 is blue. Saturation is a percentage value;
0% means a shade of gray and 100% is the full color.
W3Schools Css Legal colour value »
The original Skateboard, by Jelena, is found on Codepen.io Login to join »
Source code: GeeksforGeeks.org »
Source code: W3Schools.com »
Search API on Google and you'll find it's actual meaning.
APIs give your ideas a very different yet a variety of different information that you
can play with. Click on the picture then replace Numansdorp by another city name.
See also the video on YouTube: Developing Weather app »
You can check this code out here, modified in working condition and on Sololearn »