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Okay, no expert on computer/browser stuff to understand why this is happening...
Why should the PSD image look brown, while the CSS with the hex value taken from Photoshop look gray? And what do I do to sort this out?
Does the PSD have a colour profile assigned that could be showing greys with a brown tint?
Or is Proof Colors turned on with a strange Proof set up?
I agree with @Monteboyd.
Photoshop is probably using a different profile to the browser.
In Photoshop, go to Edit > Assign Profile... > Don't Color Manage This Document
Does that fix it? What's the hex value?
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