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What are the options to specify color in JavaScript Chart?

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In Essential Chart, you can specify the color as a string value representing color name or rgb value of the color or hexadecimal code of the color. The following code example explains how to specify color for the Chart.


    commonSeriesOptions: {
        //specifying series fill color as rgb value
        fill: 'rgb(0,0,255)'
    primaryXAxis: {
        font: {
            //specifying X axis label color using color name
            color: 'red'
        text: 'Chart Title',
        font: {
            //specifying title text color using hexadecimal color code
            color: '#458B00'


The following screenshot displays the Chart with different colors for primary X axis labels, series interior and chart title. Here, color name is used to specify label color, rgb value is used to specify series interior color and hexadecimal code is used to specify chart title color.

The options to specify color in ejChart

Figure: Chart using colors in different formats like color name, rgb color value and hexadecimal color code


JS Playground sample link: Color options


I hope you enjoyed learning on the options to specify color in ejChart.

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