JSColor – A Flexible JavaScript Color Picker

JSColor is a simple and very easy-to-implement JavaScript library that transforms any given input into a color picker.

The picker is a hidden layer, doesn't use any pop-ups and can be positioned on any side of the input field.


It has 2 modes; HSV (hue saturation, value) or HVS, can be set to display a default color on initial load and its look can be customized.

There are functions provided for showing/hiding the color picker and it can generate RGB or HSV values from a HEX input.

  • I used JSColor in everyonecanweb.com and it has to be one of the most versatile and stable scripts I have ever used.

  • SoftMoon WebWare’s MasterColorPicker™ package delivers five JavaScript™ powered professional quality interactive graphical color-pickers, plus a named-color-table based color-picker framework with seven named-color database files included: Brewer, common, Crayola, HTML, OpenOffice, universal, & X11. Your chosen colors can be returned in the most popular color-space models including hexadecimal-RGB, RGB, HSL, HSB, HCG, or CMYK, or when using named-colors their names can also be returned. The different graphical color-pickers each look at the different available color-spaces in a different way, giving you complete intuitive control over finding the exact color you want. Best of all, you can work with one color-space graphically, while outputting the corresponding conversion value from another color-space.

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