It’s a great idea to display some information about blog posts author between post content and all comments. Readers can find out more about an author, his/her experience, interests or become a follower on social media. It’s also a great way to show your readers that you really exist and all recommendations or stories you write about are real.
There’s a built-in WordPress feature to add some biographical information about an author, so the only thing that needs to be handled if you want to display this bio info on your blog is to find a theme which supports it or use some external plugin for that.
While building a new website or changing its design to fit it to modern standards, you probably have some own imaginations about how should it looks like. You may also have new colors pairs already selected, or just a single main color you want to use as a base on your website. But how to customize colors in WordPress for selected elements only?
Most of premium WordPress themes allow you to modify colors on your website freely, but sometimes you might want to do some more deep customizations. For example, a theme may allow you to change colors for all buttons globally, but you might want just single one button with different colors. Let’s check two different solutions for that problem.