Type

Color

The strings for defining colors in Apple News Format.

Declaration

string Color

Possible Values

/^(\#\w{3})|(\#\w{6})|(\#\w{8})|([a-z]{0,20})$/

Discussion

You can define colors in different ways in Apple News Format.

3-character RGB

Use three characters to define red, green and blue (RGB). For example, a value of #c00 is short for #cc0000 and makes red.

4-character RGBA

Use four characters to define RGB and alpha (opacity). For example, a value of #fc0a is short for #ffcc00aa.

6-character RGB

Use six characters to define two-character values for each of red, green, and blue. For example, a value of #0000ff makes blue.

8-character RGBA

Use eight characters to define RGBA. For example, in a value of #000000aa, the first six characters define RGB, and the last characters define alpha. #00000000 represents black but fully transparent, while #000000ff is fully opaque.

Color Names

Use any of the available color names like red, lightgreen, or rebeccapurple. See Supported Color Names.

See Also

Styles

Enhancing Your Articles with Styles

Improve the appearance of the text and components in your article by using Apple News Format styles.

object DocumentStyle

The object for setting the background color for your article.

Text Styles

Learn about text styles and how to apply them to your text and text components.

Component Styles

Learn to use component styles to add borders, set background colors, and apply background images to components and to set the styling for tables.

Supported Color Names

Learn the color names supported in Apple News Format.