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I use a custom color for certain words on my web site. Every time want to use that color I need to click the Text Color icon and Customize... I then type in the RGB. Problem: It doesn't save that number or hex code. I have to type it in every session. Is there a way to save that custom color from one session to the next? Thank you.

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To shorten your search the article points out that the suggested code is old and that you can now use this plug-in to define custom colors: Central Color Palette

  • It's a nice plugin, but it does not save my custom color from session to session. – Louie Dec 21 '17 at 23:33
  • Bummer. I’m sorry my suggestion didn’t work. – Gordon Smith Dec 21 '17 at 23:34
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if you are using the same color every time then add a piece of css to your site

ie

.keyword{color:#11c8de;}

then span your special word with <span class="keyword">YOUR SPECIAL WORD</span>

this offeres more flexibility if you want to change the color in the future all you change is your css and not every single word.

  • Thank you for your input, but I do not think this will work. I actually have two custom colors that I use. Plus, I am not an HTML coder and just about always use the Visual editor. – Louie Dec 21 '17 at 23:36
  • if you want something a little easier you can use a plugin like wordpress.org/plugins/tinymce-custom-styles add you specific styles for your 2 words and then you will be able to select the text you want to style and use the dropdown to edit them to the same style every time. Without setting some sort of style unfortunately thiers no way for the system to remember any of your settings – Brad Holmes Dec 21 '17 at 23:49
  • I downloaded the plugin you suggested. Restarted the WP dashboard. Highlighted some text, put in the custom color and exited again. When I came back, highlighted other text, used the dropdown for color and nothing was saved. – Louie Dec 23 '17 at 15:37
  • so you have added your custom formats to the extension and they appear in the dropdown? – Brad Holmes Dec 24 '17 at 17:56
  • It's become much easier to copy/paste than get this to work. No big deal, but I think updating the plugin to save the custom color, would be best. Not my call. I also memorized my custom color hex - 353e84. Thanks for your help. – Louie Dec 29 '17 at 0:49

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