[Support request] Colour Palette Settings

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    I can’t find anywhere to change the colour palette that shows in the customers > colors section, nor where its getting the default colours from. I want to set default colours for each website. I have found a forum post that suggests a function in functions.php, but I am not sure if there is something else. It seems a basic omission to what is other wise a good theme. I have the premium version. How do I resolve this please?


    install this plugin

    copy this code using your colors

    add_filter( ‘generate_default_color_palettes’, ‘tu_custom_color_palettes’ );
    function tu_custom_color_palettes( $palettes ) {
    $palettes = array(

    return $palettes;

    Customer Support

    Thanks Bruno
    Original article here with the code:


    Alternatively people use this plugin which allows you to control various other plugins pallets:



    😉 it was a pleasure David


    Thanks guys, it works.
    However, it would be useful for something so crucial to be in the help documentation, this is a really basic function I would have expected as part of the theme.
    Consider this sorted.

    Customer Support

    Sorry the filter is indeed listed in the documentation:

    Am I missing something here?


    This functionality really should be built in to the plugin without a filter. (Actually multiple filters.) A user-defined color palette should be available in the Customizer and the block editor.

    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    we’re looking into Global Color pallets in a future update.


    Yes, I would love to be able to change GeneratePress (and maybe Gutenberg’s) color palette’s without coding. I love being able to set global colors in Elementor. It would also be great to use global variables (–e-global-color-primary: #066497;). Then, changing the primary color would update it everywhere. The plugin listed above is no longer supported.

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