Bowerbird helps you work with colors on a webpage. You can see what colors a page uses, find unused colors, and even edit colors.
Bowerbird lets you explore, filter and edit the colors present in a webpage (and those present in the stylesheets, but not in the DOM).
- Sometimes, stylesheets can't be parsed. Need to figure out why, and use workarounds.
- Add a color picker when editing colors.
- Parse complex CSS values like gradients.
Bowerbird is published under an MIT license and the source is hosted on github — https://github.com/nthloop/bowerbird/.
Bowerbird uses some code from Webkit's excellent developer tools that is present un-modified in the vendor directory.
Bowerbird is the first app by nth loop [http://nthloop.com], a startup by Srivatsan Chari and Ankit Solanki.