A resource of free images for your front-end web project

Here comes another tip if you’re looking for free images as placeholders for your front-end web development: Unsplash

The site has a wide range of categories to search for suitable images and it’s all free of charge although crediting is appreciated.

A Hex to RGB converter for your front-end web project

Here comes a quick tip for you who want to convert hexadecimal colour codes into RGB values: HEX to RGB converter

The background of the tool changes as you enter the hexadecimal value into the simple form in the middle of the page.

A colour scheme generator for your web project

Here’s a quick tip if you need to get some ideas about colour schemes that work well for HTML pages: Coolors IO.

It’s a free resource that can save you a lot of time if you are not a front-end designer but need a palette of 3-4 colours for the background, fonts, columns etc. Click on the Explore link in the top right hand menu and you’ll get a large amount schemes. The colour codes and names are also available for your CSS file.

Placeholder image generator for quick HTML page mockups

If you need a number of placeholder images to fill a web page just for testing then the following resource if for you: Lorem pixel.


…and there’s much more. If you need placeholder images for your web project then make sure you check out this resource.

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