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Fourteen Colors

Customize the colors of the Twenty Fourteen Theme, directly within the Theme Customizer.

26 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
5 out of 5 stars
5 stars
Excellent
By ,

Adds a new category in Appearance > Customize. Took me a minute to figure that out.

5 stars
just does it!
By , for WP 3.9.1

As described. Perfect.

5 stars
Very Handy
By , for WP 3.9

Works well with Fourteen Extended to Customize Twenty Fourteen. Really easy to use.

5 stars
Simply awesome! Solved a great problem of the 2014 theme!
By , for WP 3.9

Nick, seriously, great job!

5 stars
Saved me a lot of hassle
By , for WP 3.9

Saved me a lot of time trying to replace the green with my client's favourite colour. Would be even better if it allowed for more colours to be altered.

5 stars
Works great
By ,

2014 without this plugin is quite useless, thanks so much!

5 stars
works as expected
By , for WP 3.8.1

fantastic, spent ages trying to find how to change the accent colour otherwise!

4 stars
Nice, but could do with a couple of extra things
By , for WP 3.8.1

This is great, but I'd really like to be able to change the main content bg colour too. White is so...

At the risk of overcomplicating things, how about having the option of throwing in CSS3 gradients too. Just by allowing you to paste in CSS from the Colorzilla gradient generator would be great.

http://www.colorzilla.com/gradient-editor/

5 stars
Simple but effective
By , for WP 3.8.1

It's a basic need, and you've got it right! Thanks!

5 stars
Simply wonderful, should be part of the theme
By , for WP 3.8.1

Black may well be the new black but, at least until dirty green achieves similar status, those of use who want to use the otherwise very nice Twenty Fourteen theme can surely appreciate this plug-in. It's not a mere color picker, as it will also calculate other matching colors to accompany the choice you've made. That is good. Where it could be better though is if it still allowed the user to change some of the secondary colors, such as the one called 'accent_dark'. The source code comments itself say (color-patterns.php:364):

// Darken the accent color, if needed, for adequate (4.5:1) contrast against white page background.
// Unfortunately, this can result in some colors losing character, such as yellow -> gold.`

It was really funny to read the above comment in the source code when I went on to edit it by hand because I ran into exactly the situation described. Already a solid five-star but hopefully the author considers allowing us to override more colors in the future versions. It's my website after all, and ruining it with an ugly color scheme should be my statutory right.

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