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4:34 am, August 16, 2022

CSS Filter Generator from Hex Code

I was looking for a quick way to apply a new color to a PNG image, which i did not really want to have to edit and thought there might be a CSS solution. 

I found a tool for this here CSS Filter Generator from Hex Code, so all you have to do is add your hex code to this tool and it will generate a filter for you. 

Basically all you need is the hex code. 

Paste it into the tool and it will generate a filter. 

now grab the generated filter and apply it to a css class. 


.logochange { filter: invert(40%) sepia(89%) saturate(665%) hue-rotate(153deg) brightness(104%) contrast(103%); }

I moved this code into a code snippet here to show how it works with the logo image. 

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