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Subtractive Colour
Cyan, Magenta and Yellow are the primary subtractive colours. When light falls on a surface, certain wavelengths are absorbed (subtracted) and those reflected back, produce the colour you perceive. Subtractive colours are the sensation of colour seen in ink on paper. Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (CMYK) is used in print media, compared to additive colour (RGB) used in multimedia design.
See also Additive Colour, CMYK
Digital "ink" which is used in digital presses and photocopiers.
A mark or symbol on a paper, which can be seen when the sheet is held to the light. It also refers to a light mark in the background of a document - print or screen.
Websafe Colours
The 216 colours that can be displayed by a browser, without optically mixing them.
See also Browser
WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get)
In print media, WYSIWYG is a computer screen representation of how the printed result will look. In webdesign, a WYSIWYG HTML editor displays text, layout and images the way it will look in a web browser.