Support » Theme: Baskerville » Clean minimalist but wish easier to change color palette

  • I just installed this theme for a blog with several dozen posts. I love the simplicity, unusually good typographic settings, and it’s user friendly. But one thing that drove me up the wall is having to manually find and change dozens of css selectors in a child theme to modify the color palette. If you don’t want the deep navy, seafoam green, and gray palette, you’ll have a ton of work to do. It would have been SO MUCH EASIER if the creator had used the customizer and the Options Framework to enable users to easily change the colors of links and hover colors throughout from a Customizer setting. (Also frustrating is that the author’s seafoam green is hard-coded into some of the icons).

    I realize most people will be delighted with this theme; only a few will be like me, a graphic designer and artist who wants to have more control over color palette to match my branding and logo.

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  • AGREE! It’s driving me mad to change the color palette. Hope there as update to include it in the theme options, can’t get rid of the green color. A great theme, though, I absolutely love how nice it looks just from the start.

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