CSS Filter Generator from Hex Code

Add your CSS code here

Add your css hex code here

Real pixel, color applied through CSS background-color:

Filtered pixel, color applied through CSS filter:

What is this tool?
Using this you can add a hex code to the input box at the top and it will create a css filter that you can apply to css, this can be used as a background or to fill the color of a PNG icon or other image. Which can be handy if you need to apply a new color to a image and dont want to edit it. You can just add the filter to a css class to apply it to an element.
You can read a bit more about the tool and how to use it here. Code Example Applied to a Logo Image
Credits for this tool are here on this codepen and stack overflow.

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