It’s been more than a year since the last time I made a WordPress theme. I’ve been so busy with the Meta Box plugin and its extensions that I couldn’t split myself to manage all the theme work. Until 2 months ago, I decided to take a part of my time to focus on the theme business and started working on a blog theme. Today, the theme is released on ThemeForest.
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WooCommerce is the most popular e-commerce plugin for WordPress, allowing us to sell any kind of products online. It has almost everything an online store needs and doesn’t require much effort customising the store. When to say customising, I mean WooCommerce has all the necessary pages on the front end for the store: the product archive page, the product details page, the cart and checkout page and they work as expected. However, being created for the general store, it can’t satisfy all users and sometimes we need to customise WooCommerce for our specific needs.
Color scheme is a collection of colors used in design for website elements (buttons, background, text, headings, etc.). Adding color schemes to your WordPress themes allows users to choose a preferred color set or custom colors for their website, make it personalized and different from other websites using the same theme. In this tutorial, I’ll take you step-by-step through the guide how to add color schemes to your WordPress theme and make them available for live preview via the Customizer. You will find the complete code at the bottom of the tutorial which is ready to integrate into any WordPress theme.