The Drag and Drop Editor has the ability to edit colors using a RGB color value. RGB stands for the primary colors Red, Green, and Blue and it is part of a system that represents colors used on a computer display. These three colors can be combined in various proportions to create any colors of the visible spectrum within your Email. One helpful use of this color system is being able to match branding colors down to their RGB values. This is important when trying to get an exact color match.

The RGB color value function in the Drag and Drop Editor can be utilized through changing the color of font in an Email. To access this function, highlight the text you would like to change the color of and click the color icon from the toolbar.

From here, clicking on any of the color options for Text Color, Text Background Color, and Block Background Color will all enable you to put in the input RGB values for the color of your choice. 

The RGB color values can also be edited through Editing Styles button to make changes to all the content in the Email. All color drop-downs have the option to input RGB values. 

Accepted Color Inputs

Here is a list of more than 500 colors with their RGB values. The color value parsing is based on the TinyColor plugin.

Accepted forms of input for the RGB value include:

rgb(255, 0, 0)
rgb 255 0 0
hsl(0, 100, 50)
hsl(0, 100%, 50%)
hsl 0 100 50
hsl 0 100% 50%
hsv(0, 100%, 100%)
hsv(0, 100, 100)
hsv 0 100% 100%
hsv 0 100 100