nome

Registered
I like your styles so I purchased Core.
I'm tempted to change some of the colours because it seems so easy:
The default orange is changed by a single color palette so you can adjust the colors in seconds!
Because of my inexperience with the names in the colour palette it took more than a few seconds to do SOMETHING there.
Please include a list that what those names mean there, with some images with arrows pointing to the locations.
What happens if you change this or that?

Thank you!
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
I like your styles so I purchased Core.
I'm tempted to change some of the colours because it seems so easy:

Because of my inexperience with the names in the colour palette it took more than a few seconds to do SOMETHING there.
Please include a list that what those names mean there, with some images with arrows pointing to the locations.
What happens if you change this or that?

Thank you!
By default we try to use our custom color palette properties to control the main colors.

xBColor1 is the orange, changing that would change ANYWHERE there is orange.
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
For the most part...

xBColor2 is the font color on the orange, so the font color on xBColor1.

xBColor3 is the font color on the main gradient of the style.

To edit the gradient, the darker bars around the style such as navigation, sidebar headings ect... head to Style Properties -> Core Properties ->

You can use a generator like this :

http://www.colorzilla.com/gradient-editor/

To create a new gradient, or simply use a solid background color in the box.

xBColor4 isn't used in the style.
 

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