Follow these steps to place a color you have chosen in Website Color Schemer into a Visual Site Designer page.
Once you have chosen the color you would like to place in your Visual Site Designer page, write down the RGB value found in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. You can also export these colors to a text file for easier referencing and printing.
Now go to the page you are working on in Visual Site Designer and click the Default Color tool (the small colored rectangular box located at the very top of the left toolbar). This opens the Color window, which allows you to choose from a predefined set of colors in the operating system. If you click Define Custom Colors, you'll be able to enter the RGB (red, green, blue) values into the Red, Green, and Blue fields. You can also define custom colors using the Hue, Saturation, and Luminosity (HSL) values if you have them. Click OK to add this color to the Custom Colors palette.
You should see the defined color appear in one of the Custom Color fields at the bottom of the Color window. You can now use this color for any new objects on your website by default.
If you already have a shape object (or button) and would like to fill it with the color, select the object, and then click the Object button in the top toolbar to display the Object Properties window. Select Single Color and click the Default Color button to display the Color window. Select the custom color you created and click OK.
Follow the same steps as the preceding paragraph to change text colors, but highlight the text first using your mouse. Then click the color swatch in the Object Properties window to change the color.