Using the GeneratePress Colors Module is easy
- Go to the WordPress Customizer
- Drill down to the section you want to change
- Click one of the Select Color buttons
- Use the color picker to change that specific color
In the premium version of GeneratePress you can easily change many of the colors
To do this you need the GeneratePress Colors Module installed and activated. After activating…
Go to: Dashboard > Appearance > Customize and click the Colors tab.
You now see twelve new tabs. Each of these tabs, when clicked, reveal the color options available for that element.
The color options for most elements include background color, text color, link color and hover colors. You can see this in the Body tab, see below.
In the GeneratePress Colors Module, some elements such as: Customize > Color > Content, have more options.
For instance the Content tab has extra color settings for post title color, entry meta text color and heading h1 to h5 colors.
The content area of your site is the section where your blog posts display. The header, footer and sidebar areas are not affected by the settings you make in the Customise > Colors > Content tab.
If you have the WooCommerce plugin installed and you’ve activated the WooCommerce extension for GeneratePress, you will see a long list of colors you can change. It only takes a few clicks.
The GeneratePress Colors Module makes it very easy to make many of the small color tweaks you’ll need if you want to personalise your site to use your business’s color scheme.
The GeneratePress Colors Module provides enough options for you to customize your site’s color scheme so that it looks unique. But it is also easy to use, so you won’t feel overwhelmed.