A new one appears where you can first enter editorial information and then add color.
Enter the working name for the colour displayed in SiteVision.
Here you can add an extra description for the colour. This text will appear as alternative text when you hover your mouse cursor over this colour in the modules.
Select a Colour by entering HEX code or RGB value.
Enter HEX code. When you enter your colour code hexadecimal, use the numbers 0 through 9 in their usual meanings, as well as the letters A to F as digits for numbers 10 to 15. Colour codes in HTML are indicated by six digits. The first two numbers are the amount of red, numbers three to four are the amount of green, and numbers five to six are the amount of blue. Example:
You can also click on the square colour to see a colour palette where you can click with the mouse to get the colour you want. To get the right tone, you can drag the colour column to the right of the colour palette. At the far right is an opacity bar. The current colour appears in the square box. It also shows the HEX value of the current colour. When you have found the right colour, click outside the palette box.
Enter different values for red, green and blue. Enter numbers or use the Up or Down arrows. Example:
Enter the opacity, i.e. transparency. The parameter is specified as a value between 0 and 1 where 0.5 is 50% opacity.
Here you can control who has access permission to use certain colours. Select the colour to be permission controlled and click on the Permissions button. This will display all the modules and roles that are set up on the website. Unclick the modules/roles that you do not want the colour to be used in.
The page published: 2019-03-01