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thank you for the update, appreciated.


A suggestion for this plugin, as someone who hasn’t bought yet but who has spent $500 on plugins and themes in the last 60 days.

I found your plugin through a comment on this blogpost – www.danielauener.com/color-scheme-every-theme/

It would be SO cool to have a plugin which is more like a color scheme selector.

Something like this plugin but not for the Admin dashboard – http://codecanyon.net/item/awesome-admin-color-palettes-wordpress-plugin/6680086

The thing is, all of these color selectors make you go through every. single. style. and change the colors whereas it would be SO cool to be able to associate 10 styles with one option in the Dashboard.

So we’d have the ability to have a color palette of 8 colours (or however many is needed) which are associated with a whole range of things. For example h1, h1 a, h2, h2 a, h3, h3a could all be associated with the one colour. This would make it sooo much easier to change just a few options and boom you have a whole new color scheme.

Nice idea, but unfortunately it’s not possible. Why? Because each theme has its own styles linked to classes/id’s and there is no way to standardize this stuff. WP admin, however, has same set of rules and it’s easy to switch schemes for it.

If you can have the option to associate IDs with certain groups then that gets around the problem quite easily, no? Or am I missing something?

IDs are assigned by theme developers = meaning people are free to name them as they want, same goes for classes. Standard HTML elements like h1, a, p or similar are fine, but you have themes with h1.title, h1.bigtitle etc. so it can’t be standardized.

would a wildcard holder for these elements possible e.g. h1.* ? any news on this great tool?

I think that’s impossible: all styling is done via CSS, so it only accepts CSS rules.

What you want is to style all heading elements with any class. Simply, h1 rule does that. But if you want to match elements with classes defined only, you should use something like this:


ok thanks for clarification. any chance for updates soon?

Only if you have ideas for new features :)


Love the idea of this plugin, and hoping it will save me time and effort.

It worked on the demo, but when I try it, it doesn’t load the colors, it does show the panel.

I’ve tried turning off all plugins as well as using Twenty Seventeen base theme.

Could I please have some assistance? Do you know what I could be doing wrong?


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