Discord colors are a great way to add some personality to your server. You can use them to change the color of your server list, usernames, messages, and more. Here’s a quick guide on how to use CSS colors in Discord.
First, you’ll need to find a CSS file for your theme. You can find these online or make your own. Once you have a CSS file, open it in a text editor and look for the
colors section. Here, you’ll see a list of color codes that you can use.
To change the color of your server list, find the
#5b5b5b code and replace it with the code of your desired color. For example, if you wanted to make your server list green, you would replace
Here you can get the
full list of 140 HTML color with their names and hex codes
To change the color of usernames, look for the
.username code and replace it with the code of your desired color. For example, if you wanted all usernames on your server to be blue, you would replace
Finally, to change the color of messages, look for the
.message code and replace it with the code of your desired color. For example, if you wanted all messages on your server to be purple, you would replace
Once you’ve made all the changes you want, save your CSS file and upload it to Discord. Your changes should now be visible!