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Clover Sites 3 Colors: Easy and Beautiful Blog Feature

By: Joanna Gray on April 5th, 2018

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Clover Sites 3 Colors: Easy and Beautiful

Clover Sites 3 | Company News

You probably know you can use color to completely change the look and feel of your website with Clover Sites.  Today, we’d like to show you some of the other things you can do to customize colors on every part of your site.

With Clover Sites 3, we really wanted to make the experience of choosing and editing the colors of your site easy and beautiful. We simply had to find a way to make your site magic.

 It needs to "just work" and everything looks good together. At the same time, we know you want more control over the colors on your site.

Watch the video and see how it works!

Clover Sites: Colors from Clover.

Color Palettes
Just to refresh your memory (or in case you missed it) you can change all the colors on your website with one click. Our designers have created custom color palettes that are precisely tuned to each site design so everything looks amazing together. No color theory class required.

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Section Color Palettes

When you change your website's color palette, you also get four additional ways to use that palette for each section. With these color combinations, you can create consistency in how colors appear and interact across your entire website.

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Text Color
Whenever you choose one of our color palettes, or switch a section to a new sub-palette, the text automatically changes to a color that compliments your new theme. But, there's always room for even more customization to more closely reflect the look and feel of your ministry. If you want to change the color of your text in one specific area of your site, the text editor includes a tool to make this really easy. You could even make every single word a different color if you really want to (though we wouldn't really recommend that).

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To check out the color editor in action, try a new Demo site, click here.

Learn how to transition from Clover Classic here: Transition Mode.