Last year I wrote about a subset of the vim plugins I was using, specifically those created by master craftsman Tim Pope. Off and on since then I've reviewed the other plugins I use and tried a few others, so I thought I'd write about them.
vim-css-color is a simple plugin that recognised colour names specified in CSS-style: e.g. 'red', '#ff0000', '#rgb(255,0,0)' etc., and colours them accordingly. True to its name, once installed it's active when editing CSS files, but it's also supported for many other file types, and extending it further is not hard.