Central Color Palette

Description

This plugin allows you to manage a site-wide central color palette for an uniform look’n’feel. The palette of the new Block Editor and the Theme Customizer are supported, as well as the Classic Editor. You can define this central color palette through the settings menu. All plugins that make use of WordPress’ color picker can benefit from this plugin as well.

Also this plugin replaces the color picker for choosing a text or background color found inside the Classic Editor with a bigger and customizable color grid.

For an easy migration between WordPress installations you can export and import your palette settings and colors.

Theme/Plugin Support
Central Color Palette supports these plugins and themes:

API Documentation

Central Color Palette offers some methods, so have a look at the API Documentation.

Privacy Policy

This plugin does not collect or use any private data.

Screenshots

  • The Color Palette Editor
  • The new Block Editor is supported
  • Custom palette for the Theme Customizer
  • Legacy support for the Classic Editor

Installation

This plugin should work out of the box with a standard installation of WordPress.

WordPress’ Plugin Search

  1. Goto your WordPress and open Plugins > Add New
  2. Search for Central Color Palette
  3. Click install and activate the plugin

WordPress’ Plugin Repository

  1. Goto wordpress.org/plugins/kt-tinymce-color-grid and download the zip
  2. Goto your WordPress. You can upload a plugin via /wp-admin/plugin-install.php?tab=upload
  3. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress

Manual installation

  1. Goto wordpress.org/plugins/kt-tinymce-color-grid and download the zip
  2. Upload the directory found inside the zip archive to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress

FAQ

Questions? Concerns? Feature Request?

Please contact me and we’ll see what we can do

Reviews

Easy, Excellent!

Same color palettes on your site; theme, page builder, etc. Easy to use, easy to install, simple and very useful. Great!

The perfect color companion

Central Color Palette is just about perfect and makes it easy to work with consistent colors throughout the site. In the settings you can define a color palette und then with a single click add this palette to the block editor and (if installed) to GeneratePress or Elementor. Great work and thanx a million. This was exactly what I was looking for!

Great Plugin!

Great Plugin! Being able to extend it to The Customizer or Theme Integration, and to Page Builders just makes this plugin even a ton better. Along with preset color palettes to provide clients to pick their colors from with ease.

A Must Use Plugin on EVERY SITE!

I use this with Beaver Builder where I have created custom color palettes. Now I do not have to search for my palette color in the WordPress areas. I will never be without this plugin on a site. Great work! Thank you.
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Contributors & Developers

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

Contributors

“Central Color Palette” has been translated into 6 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

Translate “Central Color Palette” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.13.6

Fixed broken palette upload/import

1.13.5

Fixed broken download for JSON and Backup formats

1.13.4

Fixed bug: new palette color are not save due to logic error

1.13.3

  • Added support for Hestia Theme
  • Added public method to manually set the central palette (suggested by @mrhasbean)
  • Fixed bug in color sanitation method

1.13.2

  • Fixed incompatibility with Elementor Pro
  • Added support for Neve Theme

1.13.1

  • Fixed broken Import
  • Fixed JavaScript bug

1.13

  • Added Gutenberg/Block Editor support
  • Transparency channel is now always visible inside the palette editor
  • Transparency can now be toggled individually for those integrations that use it
  • Colors can be deactivated to hide them inside the block editor but retain their assignment on a block level
  • Imports try to reuse existing colors to reduce chaos inside the block editor
  • Added more export formats
  • Added JSON import

1.12.6

Customizer palette breaks into rows of 8 colors

1.12.5

Fixed faulty output on palette save (thanks to @cavalierlife)

1.12.4

Fixed unstable integration with Elementor (thanks to @eplanet)

1.12.3

  • Fixed dynamic styles interfering with other parts of TinyMCE (thanks to @jb2386)
  • Added credits to changelog of all those who contributed
  • Added GDPR notice to readme

1.12.2

1.12.1

Fixed a bug where opacity values are displayed instead of color names

1.12

1.11

  • Added support for OceanWP
  • Fixed alpha picker for Chrome
  • Removed palette import, it’s to buggy.

1.10

1.9.3

  • Fixed fatal error when updating from an older version than 1.6 (thanks to @flixflix)
  • Removed dependancy on farbtastic; now the color picker ships self-contained

1.9.2

Corrected some palette import bugs

1.9.1

Fixed fatal error due to missing wp_is_mobile on network installations of WordPress (thanks to @kzeni)

1.9

  • Import third party palettes
  • Automatic color names thanks to Chirag Mehta’s Name that Color and @flixflix
  • Improved backup

1.8

  • All settings and the palette can now be exported and imported (suggested by @sigersmit)
  • Added new grid type: only central palette for TinyMCE (suggested by @jhned)
  • Added CSS for right-to-left locales

1.7.2

  • Fixes JavaSript bug (thanks to @hrohh)
  • Fixes conflict with Poedit (thanks to @hrohh)

1.7.1

Corrected typos and some translation strings

1.7

  • Theme Customizer support added (thanks to @kzeni)
  • Color grid is now adjustable in type and size

1.6.1

Fixed hidden colors after defining more than 13 colors (thanks to @wlashack)

1.6

  • Useability improvements
  • Faster grid generation by using pre-calculated colors
  • Namespaced CSS IDs and HTML form variables to avoid name collisions
  • Fixed CSS errors

1.5

Added clean uninstall routine

1.4.4

  • Fixed possible JavaScript error
  • Reduced overhead
  • Removed language files; now handled by GlotPress

1.4.3

Update for WordPress 4.4

1.4.2

  • Repaired headers already send error
  • Preparation for GlotPress

1.4.1

Fixed a broken script

1.4

  • Improved settings page
  • Improved accessibility
  • Fixed security leaks
  • Fixed translation bugs

1.3.1

Changed HTML to conform with WordPress 4.3

1.3

Added support for custom persistent colors (thanks to @cash3p)

1.2

Fixes an error when using more than one TinyMCE

1.1

  • Stylesheet gets enqueued only on pages with a TinyMCE
  • Reduced overhead

1.0

Initial release.