Dear designer of this highly functional and easy to use quiz plugin:
Has anyone in your life ever told you to not mix your blues when you dress in the morning? Mother, a girlfriend... wife? It's good advice.
For those out there who do not want to put this mixed-blue color scheme on your website, this post may save you time customizing the plugin.
1. Download the .zip and open up the plugin folder on your computer
2. Find the 2 files style.js and style.min.js
3. Search for the following colors, which are the colors the designer has put in these two files that make everything blue
4. Use your favorite text editor or programming qizmo to find and replace those colors with the colors of your choice. Or you could opt for "transparent" which is a lovely thing sometimes. Less is more.
5. Upload the new .css files to your server and overwrite the existing ones
6. When you upgrade the plugin, you will need to replace the css files again. Keep a copy handy.
7. Open the 'images' folder in the plugin folder and find all the images. There are nearly 30. You will need to either:
- Replace each one
- Open each one in Photoshop (or whatever) and set each image as "Greyscale" removing the blue.
8. Re-upload these images onto the server.
9. <sarcasm>See how easy??!!??</sarcasm>
For the designer, please take this advice to heart, it is meant as more constructive than critical:
- Provide some instruction here: http://gmichaelguy.com/quizplugin/faq/ on how to change the colors
- Do not minify a .css file that someone may want to customize and you describe as customizable. Even if that person knows how to un-minify something, it's not a best practice
- Since your plugin is generally awesome otherwise, consider implementing several selectable themes in the future
- If none of the above are possible, consider opting for a more neutral color scheme.