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Updated to clean code and fix errors. Remove old and install new Header tag.

This is an add-on that makes the process of changing colors on your website a little simpler.

Once installed you can make changes to the site colors from admin. You can change most common item. Some items such as navbar can have a color or an image. Text color can also be set for most items.

This is work in progress and more items will be added over time.

When making color changes it helps to pick a color palette to work from as this produces a better result.

In the add-on I have used the face-book palette as the defaults.

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Again totally standalone with no core code change. Simply copy all files into relevant sections and go to admin and install.

 

Has been tested on Phoenix V1.0.1.1 and Frozen only.

Can be seen working on my custom test site

NOTE: This is NOT the official test site

Edited by JcMagpie

 

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where in the admin is it located? 

using Phoenix v1.0.7.7

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1 hour ago, Gino D said:

where in the admin is it located? 

using Phoenix v1.0.7.7

Click the link at the top of this thread to go to the page where the addon is located. This addon may need updating for use on the latest version.


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8 hours ago, 14steve14 said:

Click the link at the top of this thread to go to the page where the addon is located. This addon may need updating for use on the latest version.

I know where the files are located. I have uploaded them already. when I navigate to the admin of my store, where do I find this addon to install the module?

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The author of this addon is deceased (see his profile), so he can no longer answer questions.
The answer to your question can be found in the description of the addon that 14steve14 has linked to.
I quote :
Simply copy all files into relevant sections and go to admin modules / Navbar Modules and install.

Edited by bonbec

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1 hour ago, bonbec said:

Simply copy all files into relevant sections and go to admin modules / Navbar Modules and install.

That is not correct for the newer versions of the addon it is admin>modules>header tags

 

2 hours ago, Gino D said:

 I have uploaded them already.

If you uploaded addons in includes/modules/header_tags then ofcourse you can find it also in admin/modules under header tags 🙂

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On 9/29/2020 at 1:51 PM, Fiber said:

That is not correct for the newer versions of the addon it is admin>modules>header tags

 

If you uploaded addons in includes/modules/header_tags then ofcourse you can find it also in admin/modules under header tags 🙂

negative ghost rider, it is not listed under header tags

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13 hours ago, Gino D said:

it is not listed under header tags

The only thing I can say to that is check and double check ..

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