What do the different color settings do?
1. Background Color – This control will fill the pages background with color as well as the background of the ‘Show me more’ section. Please note a background image will override the background color in the main page.
2. Highlite Colour – The highlite color is applied to many areas of the web site, this helps give a consistent color scheme. These areas are:
- Image gallery buttons
- Like, reblog, source, lightbox, permalink and notes buttons
- Text links
- Show me more hover
- Audio and link post hover
3. Highlite Hover Color – This color is used when your visitors hover their mouse over an object. The object will change from the highlite color to the highlite hover color giving positive feedback that the object should be clicked. For this reason it is a good idea to use a different color or tone to the highlite color
4. Navigation Text Color – This is the color of the main navigation text.
5. Navigation Text Hover Color – The color of the main navigation text when the mouse is hovered over it.
6. Navigation Hover Background Color - This is the color that shows behind the navigation text when the mouse is hovered over a link. It should be in contrast to the Navigation Text Hover Color. In the above example a red background is used with white text.
7. Trim Color – The Trim Color setting is used in many areas providing contrast and shape to objects on the page. It gives the background color to the following sections:
- Image gallery
- All post’s
- Show me more sections
8. Logo Color – If you use a text logo in the header section it can be colored using this setting.
9. Text Color – The main text areas and their accompanying headers use this color setting.