ColorPop is the professional pop-up color picker control for webpages. Include Colorpop on your website and allow your users to select colors from an easy to use palette. Easy to install and works on any browser for the professional touch.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:29
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Description: ColorPop from Iconico is the professional pop-up color picker control for webpages. Include Colorpop on your website and allow your users to select colors from an easy to use palette. Easy to install and works on any browser for the professional touch.
ColorPop comes in large and small versions and can be used on many different types of websites. Here are just a few examples of the types of sites using ColorPop:
- Graphic Design
- Interior Design
- Web development
- Online Web Applications
- Hobbies and Crafts
ColorPop uses the latest Macromedia Flash technology to bring you a professional user interface. However if your users do not have flash installed, or have a browser that won't talk to Flash, then ColorPop will display a basic popup so your users can still pick colors.
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