I read How can I find out what RGB colors a website uses? and know how to spot a color on the website. There are several plugins available, and this topic is beaten to death on above stack page.

However, I want to know all the colors (hue to be specific) at tertiary level on color wheel used on the website (webpage to be specific) and the location where it is used. I don't want to get flagged for posting an XY problem. My goal is to figure out the color schemes, and how it relates to the product.

Essentially, I am trying to reverse engineer all the colors used on the website. This will also help me to augment any website by being consistent with the colors already used on the website.

As an aside, I researched this topic and found that there was a good discussion on fonts at How can I know what fonts a website is using?, but I couldn't find anything for listing all the colors.

I am a PC user and regularly use Chrome, Firefox


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You can use a browser extension like Site Palette to get a guessed color palette for a website.

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    That's a very nice browser extension. It might be worthwhile pointing out that there is also a Safari and a Firefox version available which you can get from the developers site at palette(dot)site
    – Billy Kerr
    Commented Jan 13, 2019 at 12:37

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