How to customize your home page with color options

Posted March 09, 2018 08:05:00 Whether you’re looking for a more professional look or a more casual look, there’s a ton of color options to consider when designing your home pages.

Color is one of the most powerful elements of design, and you can use color to help create a personal, unique, and unique look to any home page.

With a few simple tips, you can customize your color pallet and create a unique look.

To create a color palette for your home screen, you’ll need a few basic rules:Rule #1: Use the correct colorsYou can create a basic color palette with the following rules:Black:White:DarkBlue:Green:LightGray:Black and White:DarkRed:DarkPurple:DarkGreen:Purple and WhiteDarkOrange:PurplishOrange:White and RedIf you use any of these colors, you’re creating a color scheme that matches the theme of the page you’re trying to achieve.

So, to get started, you need to select a color.

If you want a darker color, use Black.

If your color scheme uses lighter colors, use Green.

If it’s just one of these four, you don’t need to use any.

To make your color palette a little easier, you could use the following guidelines:Rule 2: Use multiple colorsTo make a color pallette look more complete, it’s best to have a palette of at least five different colors.

So if you want your page to be dark and light, you should use at least one of each.

This helps ensure you have the right colors for your theme.

Here are some examples of a color combination to help you select the right color for your page:Rule 3: Use a solid colorTo make the page look more cohesive, you might use a solid white color.

Solid white is a great color to use when adding a splash or a background element.

You can use it to emphasize text, but you can also use it for background elements like buttons.

Rule 4: Use lighter colorsIf you have an image of a specific color, you probably don’t want it to be too dark or too light.

You want your color to stand out and you want it as distinct from your other colors as possible.

This means that the colors you choose should be darker and lighter than your background colors.

Here’s an example of a solid gray color for a home page:This is an example color for the home page, which is a light gray color that you can mix with any other solid color to create a more unique color palette.

Rule 5: Choose a light color for backgroundsFor any of your color schemes, choose a light or medium color for each section of the screen.

For example, a light grey color is best used for the background and the sidebar.

Here’s an Example Home Page with the same background color as the one on the left:You can also create a light and dark color palette by choosing different shades of gray.

For a lighter color, choose lighter shades of grey, and for a darker shade, use darker shades of dark grey.

This gives your page a more modern feel, and allows you to have more room to work with when you add a splash to the screen and when the sidebar is visible.

Rule 6: Add the splashIf you want to make your splash page more unique and personal, you have to create an actual splash.

A splash is the visual cue you give to the user when they get to your page.

It’s a great way to communicate that something important is on your page and it can make your page stand out.

Here is a splash for a new home page for the brand I’m working on:Rule 7: Add a backgroundTo create the splash, you use the text you want the user to see when they first get to the page, and then add a background.

Here is an Example Page with a different background color for this home page color scheme:To add a light background, you create a white background using a light shade of gray, then you add the black color from Rule 1 and then the lightest shade of light gray from Rule 2.

To add a dark background, use a dark shade of black, then the darkest shade of dark black.

Here we’re creating the same splash page for a different color scheme.

The colors you use for the splash are the same colors you used for your background.

So the only difference between the colors used for background and splash is what you choose to use for your splash.

Rule 8: Select a dark colorFor a splash page, you want an element of your page that stands out.

That element is the splash text.

When you add an element to your splash, the splash will stand out by providing an element that matches your splash text color.

For example, here is a home screen for the brands I’m on.

The text on this home screen is darker and brighter than the background.

The text is a bold and bold color