Category Color

Deskripsi

Easily set a custom color per Post Category and use the colors in your WordPress templates to spice up your theme. You can use it to color your Category names, your Post titles, background, lines, etc. in your Theme. Colors are always easily adjustable through your Category Edit screen

Tangkapan Layar

  • Category Edit page
  • Category Color Picker

Pemasangan

  1. Unzip the download package
  2. Upload rl_category_color to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Aktifkan plugin melalui menu ‘Plugins’ di WordPress

Manual Plugin Installation

  1. Download Category Color Plugin to your desktop.
  2. If downloaded as a zip archive, extract the Plugin folder to your desktop.
  3. With your FTP program, upload the Plugin folder to the wp-content/plugins folder in your WordPress directory online.
  4. Go to Plugins screen and find Category Color Plugin in the list.
  5. Click Activate Plugin to activate it.

PSD (FAQ)

How can I add these colors to my template?
cat_ID;

if(function_exists(‘rl_color’)){
$rl_category_color = rl_color($the_category_id);
}
?>

Now you used the color in your template in an inline stylesheet. The variable <?php echo $category_color; ?> can be used for anything.

How to add colors in single post template?

In your WordPress theme, find the file where you want the color to appear. For instance single.php your single post will be shown. Find these lines:

<?php if (have_posts()) :  ?>
<?php while (have_posts()) : the_post(); ?>

WORDPRESS_EXTRA_CODE_DONT_REMOVE_IT

<?php endwhile; ?>
<?php endif; ?>

Don’t edit or remove the above lines, but add these lines in between instead:

<?php
    $category = get_the_category();
    $the_category_id = $category[0]->cat_ID;

    if(function_exists('rl_color')){
        $rl_category_color = rl_color($the_category_id);
    }
?>
<h1 style="color: #<?php echo $rl_category_color; ?>;"><?php the_title(); ?></h1>
<p style="background: #<?php echo $rl_category_color; ?>;">Awesome Category Color!</p>
How add color in multiple categories?

Add the following code in your .php file, where you want to show the categories name.

<?php
    $categories = get_the_category();
    $separator = ' / ';
    $output = '';
    if($categories){
        foreach($categories as $category) {
                $rl_category_color = rl_color($category->cat_ID);
            $output .= '<a href="'.get_category_link( $category->term_id ).'" style="color:'.$rl_category_color.';">'.$category->cat_name.'</a>'.$separator;
        }
    echo trim($output, $separator);
    }
?>
Why can’t pick a color right away when creating a Category, but only when editing a Category?

Both for consistency and efficiency. First of all WordPress want to keep creating Categories sweet and simple with as little effort as possible. Adding Colors can be considered as customizing Categories, thus it would be more logical to show it in the Edit section only.

Second, when writing a Post you can also quick-add a new category. For consistency’s sake we’d have to add the Colorpicker there too, which would be too much of a hassle user-wise at least.

Tinjauan

Works as expected, frontend needs documentation

For inexperienced WP coder, it will be hassle to implement the colors into the frontend of the WP site. https://wordpress.org/support/topic/where-to-insert-the-code-1/#post-5822665) will get you started in the right direction. Also, https://wordpress.org/support/topic/color-picker-doesnt-work-1/ will resolve the issue if Color Picker doesn't show up in admin when editing Category.
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Kontributor & Pengembang

“Category Color” adalah perangkat lunak sumber terbuka. Berikut ini mereka yang sudah berkontribusi pada plugin ini.

Para Kontributor

Log Perubahan

1.2

  • Removed extra codes.

1.1

  • Fixed multiple categories colors

1.0

  • First Release