There is an exciting new color palette feature addition that WordPress.com bloggers using eight free themes will enjoy. Eight free themes, including Superhero, Writr, Spun, Panel, Zoren, Fontfolio, Twenty Thirteen, and Typo, now offer free color palettes you can apply. Read the announcement. Hopefully, more themes will be graced with the same feature soon.
Staff enabled a some color palette options for the free themes listed above but there was a bug that overrode some of other users’ color settings ie. it impacted users of completely different themes. The good news is that issue has been sorted out now.
If you’re still experiencing trouble with this, then go to Dashboard > Appearance > Themes > and click the Customize link. Then and under Colors, select the Default button in the top right, and save the change at the bottom of that menu. That should restore your colors, but you may need to reset your background image.
If you are experiencing any sudden color change issues you can’t sort out, not to worry. Simply share your details in a thread posted to the support forums and get them resolved by the Volunteers and Happiness Engineers there quickly and easily.
Update: Twenty Fourteen also has free color palette choices.
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