THANK YOU NICK!
A few months ago I created silentcinemasociety.org and spent hours changing all the green to gold. I don't even remember if I did it in css or html or both. Just a lot of inspecting and trial and error. It looked great, and has for months.
Then today I went to the site and everything was green again.Arrrrrgh! Like I said, I don't remember how I did it the first time, and don't know why it reverted. Maybe an update?
So I googled how to do global color changes -- and instead of complicated code I found this one-click plugin. It's absolutely superb.
I'm actually glad the colors reverted, so I could discover this plugin. Like I said, HA! -- happy accident.
Thank you again!
very simple and easy to use, thank you!
Not to sound stupid, but can't figure out how to work it once the plug in is installed. Say for instance i want to change the color of my tagline?
I messed around with hunting down and editing out every instance of green in the styles.css. Then I did the same for border colors etc. Too time consuming. Then I started afresh and tried a configurator to create child themes to do what I wanted. Spent over six hours on that and still didn't quite get everything done.
In the end I found and downloaded this product and had my colors right in a couple of minutes. Am annoyed now that I didn't find it earlier.
This plugin allowed me the customization needed on the free 2014 theme which prevented me from using a lot of my very limited budget on a premium theme. I really appreciate this plug in
Couldn't figure out how to change colors - black doesn't do it. This makes it totally easy. - Thanks
Works perfectly. I was on a fresh install and this saved me hours of CSS editing.
Cheers bud, if I could buy you a drink for your efforts, I would!
Just installed this to make a quick and easy change to my accent colors on the page, and it couldn't have been easier. This plugin is simple and effective and awesome. Great job!
It does what it's supposed to do, but I had some technical problems.
First of all, the plugin only works with Twenty Fourteen theme, and didn't recognized duplicated or child themes.
Also it seems to use some algorithm to determine if the text should be bright or dark based on the custom background, which doesn't work that well. It should be better if you could set it manually.
The plug-in works exactly as described. Thanks for helping me transition from green quickly without delving into the CSS for the theme!
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