> just got a nice big list of new corporate colors from the new guy they > hired. they didn't like the old corporate color psychologist, so they hired > a new one, who tweaked the colors a bit. the guy chose a bunch of pantone > colors and then "translated" them into hex colors that aren't websafe! > <sigh> but these are now the required colors. Get Pantone Color Web Pro... http://www.pantone.com/products/products.asp?idArea=3 It's not expensive and it's damn handy. Also, for what it's worth.... You might not need to be married to the "web safe" palette anymore. (Depends on your client's audience, natch.) I use it as a starting point, but even those colors can look wierd depending on people's monitors.... http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&q=web+safe+palette+dead >corporate color psychologist How do _I_ get that job?!?! Have fun.... Miriam -- http://www.dynagirl.com/blog.shtml Hoarding the Periwinkle Crayolas Since 1971!