Comment on Technical Support by SEO Dave.

WordPress Technical Support There’s two built in ways to change colours for pretty much everything within Stallion Responsive.

Create a new WordPress theme colour scheme based on one of the defaults or override a small number of colours to one of the built in colour schemes. The end result (what you see on the page) is pretty much the same, which you choose to use depends on how many changes you want to make and if you want to use the same modifications on multiple sites.

For a few minor colour changes on one website we’ll use the inline option.

Go to “Stallion Theme” >> “Colour Options”.

Tick “Colour Scheme CSS Inline/File Creator Selector” : “Colour Scheme CSS Inline ON” and click the “Save Settings” button.

There will be a new options page under “Appearance” >> “Colour Scheme CSS Inline”, open the options page.

Here you will find all the Stallion Theme colour options and fonts including the one for the arrows.

As you’ll see every colour and font can be changed on that screen.

There’s also a new theme creator version which makes new colour schemes. More details about this at Stallion Responsive Colour Scheme CSS Creator and Stallion Responsive Theme Colour Scheme CSS Creator Fonts.

Working on the Stallion Responsive 8.2 update which has improved the theme creator further, this post you are reading now is running Stallion Responsive 8.2 and a new colour scheme (this one isn’t part of Stallion 8.1): have added half a dozen new colour schemes. Also split the creator into two parts. Colours and fonts which means it adds a lot more options. In 8.2 there’s 26 new font combinations (all websafe fonts) and 33 colour schemes which means there’s 858 combinations, add on the 12 layouts and Stallion can output 10,296 combinations of colour, fonts and layouts without understanding any HTML/CSS.

On top of this in 8.2 every post can set a unique combination of layout, font and colour scheme (plus most of the options you’ll find under the Stallion Theme options pages, there’s an almost infinite number of outputs).

Got caught up in feature creep again and the results are awesome.