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When the red, green, and blue values are "added" together, it really means "concatenated". Your #800080 color code can be split up like this: Red: 80 out of FF or 50% Green: 0 out of FF or 0% Blue: 80 out of FF or 50% It is the only 6 digit hexadecimal color code that will give that exact shade of purple. Other shades of purple can be produced when ...


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See the following image: from ColorHexa The way this works: Each of the three colors has 16 shades from 00 to FF(Hex) which translates to 0 to 255(Decimal). You'll also notice that 255 is the equivalent of all ones in a Byte. Stay with me here: While remembering you have a Full byte for R, a Full Byte for G, and a full Byte for B, now you must add the ...


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These answers miss the mark. Have a look at Inline caching. Since Yii is coded in PHP, a common (or perhaps uncommon) PHP pattern you'll find is that developers will sometimes write PHP code to generate Javascript code dynamically at the server - based on some state, condition or value known by the server - and then send it all to the client in one batch, ...



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