Today I would like to point you to a small project of mine, which I have released a few minutes ago. Concrete it’s “colorcodes.code-bude.net“, a small website which presents you a list of all the colors that are in the Color-struct of the .NET framework.
On the home page you get an overview in list form, including RGB and hexadecimal representation of the colors. Via a link in each table entry you will be lead to a details page (like that), where all information is summarized again for each color.
The whole thing is more practice and research project, than a serious webpage. For one, I wanted to do some little finger exercise – so all pages have been automatically generated with a C# based console application – and on the other hand I want to see how good or bad such a semi-automatically generated web page ranks in Google. Say, I want to see if you can achieve acceptable places in the search results or not.
If I’ll get noteworthy results, I will certainly report again on the current status of the project. Otherwise, I would be interested what you think about the idea and the implementation.