Color Palette

Description

This WordPress plugin adds color palettes to your branding and style guide pages via a series of shortcodes. You can set up your color palettes in the WordPress admin under Settings > Color Palette and then add the shortcodes for each palette to your site’s pages.

The [primarycolors] shortcode adds a block that will display all of your brand’s primary colors.

The [accentcolors] shortcode adds a block that will display all of your brand’s accent colors. These can be colors that compliment your primary colors, for example.

Screenshots

  • Example screenshot of the admin screen, where a content creator can set up the site's primary and accent palettes. The admin screen can be found in Settings > Color Palette.

  • Example screenshot of a page containing the [primarycolors] and [accentcolors] shortcodes.

Installation

Please note: This plugin requires PHP 5.4 or greater to run.

  1. Upload the plugin to your WordPress installation and activate it.

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Please note: This plugin requires PHP 5.4 or greater to run.

  1. Upload the plugin to your WordPress installation and activate it.

Contributors & Developers

“Color Palette” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

2.0

  • Tested plugin on v4.9.
  • Updated code style to better adhere to WordPress code standards.
  • Updated HTML to be WCAG AA compliant.
  • Minor UI updates.
  • Refactoring the CSS. This involved a pretty substantial reworking of class names. Please check any custom styles you may have created!
  • Finally managing CSS through SCSS.
  • Minifying CSS and JS files.

1.1

  • Tested plugin on v4.7.1.
  • Added a check to make sure user has PHP 5.4 or greater.

1.0

  • Initial release.