Skyie
May 28 2017

Color Codes/Tags for Bash.
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In this tutorial i will be showing you guys, The different color codes/tags that you can use to spice up your bash scripts/terminal on xShellz shell (paid/free)





Foreground Colors (text)

Red - 31 # echo -e "Text color is \e[31mRed"


Green - 32 # echo -e "Text color is \e[32mGreen"


Yellow - 33 # echo -e "Text color is \e[33mYellow"


Blue - 34 # echo -e "Text color is \e[34mBlue"


Magneta - 35 # echo -e "Text color is \e[35mMagneta"


Cyan - 36 # echo -e "Text color is \e[36mCyan"


Light Grey - 37 # echo -e "Text color is \e[37mLight Grey"


Dark Grey - 90 # echo -e "Text color is \e[90mDark Grey"


Light Red - 91 # echo -e "Text color is \e[91mLight Red"


Light Green - 92 # echo -e "Text color is \e[92mLight Green"


Light Yellow - 93 # echo -e "Text color is \e[93mLight Yellow"


Light Blue - 94 # echo -e "Text color is \e[94mLight Blue"


Light Magneta - 95 # echo -e "Text color is \e[95mLight Magneta"


Light Cyan - 96 # echo -e "Text color is \e[96mLight Cyan"


White - 97 # echo -e "Text color is \e[97mWhite"




Background Colors

Black - 40 # echo -e "Background color is \e[40mBlack"


Red- 41 # echo -e "Background color is \e[41mRed"


Green - 42 # echo -e "Background color is \e[42mGreen"


Yellow - 43 # echo -e "Background color is \e[43Yellow"


Blue - 44 # echo -e "Background color is \e[44Blue"


Magneta - 45 # echo -e "Background color is \e[45Magneta"


Cyan - 46 # echo -e "Background color is \e[46mCyan"


Light Grey - 47 # echo -e "Background color is \e[47mLight Grey"


Dark Grey - 100 # echo -e "Background color is \e[100mDark Grey"


Light Red - 101 # echo -e "Background color is \e[101mLight Red"


Light Green - 102 # echo -e "Background color is \e[102mLight Green"


Light Yellow - 103 # echo -e "Background color is \e[103Light Yellow"


Light Blue - 104 # echo -e "Background color is \e[104Light Blue"


Light Magneta - 105 # echo -e "Background color is \e[105mLight Magneta"


Light Cyan - 106 # echo -e "Background color is \e[106mLight Cyan"


White - 107 # echo -e "Background color is \e[107mWhite"




88/256 Colors (text)



Example:
echo -e "\e[38;5;82mHello \e[38;5;198mWorld"




88/256 Colors (background)



Example:
echo -e "\e[40;38;5;82m Hello \e[30;48;5;82m World \e[0m"




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