Central Color Palette


Dieses Plugin erlaubt es eine globale zentrale Farbpalette zu verwalten. Die Palette des neuen Block-Editors und des Theme Customizer werden unterstützt, sowie der klassische Editor. Du kannst diese zentrale Palette im Einstellungsmenü definieren. Alle Plugins, die den Farbwähler von WordPress verwenden, können von diesem Plugin profitieren.

This plugin supports a multi-site setup of WordPress.

Also this plugin replaces the color picker for choosing a text or background color found inside the classic editor with a bigger and customizable color grid.

Um Migration zwischen WordPress-Installationen zu erleichtern, kannst du Paletteneinstellungen und Farben exportieren und importieren.

Theme/Plugin Unterstützung
Central Color Palette unterstützt diese Plugins und Themen:

Please not that Elementor 3 is currently not supported due to its new color management.

API Dokumentation

Central Color Palette bietet einige Programmierschnittstellen. Werf‘ hierzu einen Blick auf die API Dokumentation.


Dieses Plugin sammelt oder verwendet keine privaten Daten.


  • Der Paletteneditor
  • Der neue Block-Editor wird unterstützt
  • Individuelle Palette für den Theme Customizer
  • Abwärtskompatibel mit dem klassischen Editor


Dieses Plugin sollte ohne Probleme mit einer Standart-Installation von WordPress funktionieren.

Über die WordPress Plugin Suche

  1. Öffne dein WordPress und gehe zu Plugins > Installieren
  2. Suche nach Central Color Palette
  3. Klicke auf Installieren und dann aktiviere das Plugin

Über die WordPress Plugin Suche

  1. Gehe auf wordpress.org/plugins/kt-tinymce-color-grid und lade die zip-Datei herunter
  2. Öffne dein WordPress. Du kannst die zip-Datei über /wp-admin/plugin-install.php?tab=upload hochladen
  3. Aktiviere das Plugin in der Liste, die du über das Menü Plugins aufrufen kannst

Manuelle Installation

  1. Gehe auf wordpress.org/plugins/kt-tinymce-color-grid und lade die zip-Datei herunter
  2. Lade den Ordner und dessen Inhalt ins Verzeichnis /wp-content/plugins auf den deinen Server
  3. Aktiviere das Plugin in der Liste, die du über das Menü Plugins aufrufen kannst


Fragen? Bedenken? Funktionsanfragen?

Bitte kontaktiere micht und lass‘ uns sehen, was sich machen lässt.


11. Oktober 2020
✅ Block editor ✅ Customizer ✅ GeneratePress theme ✅ JSON import/export for settings and/or palette ✅ Customizable color names ✅ No in-your-face notices or top-level menu item (because it isn't necessary) ✅ No WP_DEBUG / WP_DEBUG_LOG notices 👏👏👏👏👏
28. Juni 2020
This is one of the best plugins for design! Wish I had discovered it 5 websites ago. It instantly changed all color palettes and save me tons of time. Worked with Gutenburg and my theme. Haven't tried it with Classic Editor yet. LOVE LOVE LOVE it so far. Hopefully it will continue to serve well. If so, I am adding it to my master "must have" plugins list. THANK YOU to the developer!
31. Mai 2020
The best Color Palette customizer for Gutenberg (and Classic Editor). Great UI design, awesome features. I hope the developer add also the ability to show in the backend editor also custom color applied by custom CSS Classe to HTML Tags (i.e. I use 3 different classes to customize <mark> tag, but I can see them only in frontend and it will be useful if they will be visible in Gutenberg paragraphs. Thank you so much for coding and sharing this wonderful plugin!
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Fix: broken Astra 2.6 integration


Fix: wrong CSS class/variable names for CSS/SCSS exports


Fix: Broken palette integration for GeneratePress


Fix: per blog options overwrite each other in multisite setup


Fix: Broken version check for Elementor 2


  • Added: WordPress multisite support
  • Added: CSS variable names can now be set for each color
  • Added: Color names as hover/title to OceanWP, Astra and GeneratePress color pickers
  • Added: Selector to scope CSS variables can now be set for exports
  • Added: Support for Oxygen Site Builder
  • Fix: Untranslatable string


Added option to add global variables to the dashboard


  • Added: Transparency to Astra Theme
  • Fix: Broken integration for Astra Theme
  • Fix: broken integration for GeneratePress


Fix: Broken integration for Advanced Custom Fields (thanks to @webprom and @stk_jj)


Fix: Broken integration for Elementor 2.9 (thanks to @blackeye0013)


Fix: Missing percentage characters for HSL exports


  • Added: Support for Suki Theme
  • Fixed: Support for Elementor’s new color picker
  • Fixed: Broken sprintf for alpha checkboxes


Added: Color formats to CSS/SCSS based exports


  • Added: Support for Advanced Custom Fields
  • Added: Support for Mega Max Menu
  • Added: Option for global CSS variables
  • Added: Export type for CSS variables
  • Added: Color types
  • Fix: CSS to match WP 5.3


Added: Support for FontPress


  • Added: „Clear Color“ cell to the picker of the classic editor when only using the palette
  • Fix: Unset variable warning when saving an empty palette (thanks to @cadiz)
  • Fix: Syntax error for older PHP versions


Classic Editor: Added an option to add a missing „Clear Color“ cell to the picker when only using the palette


  • Elementor: Fixes broken alpha channel
  • Elementor: Adds color names as mouse-over
  • Fixes bug which can cause a fatal error on page loads without a WP_Screen instance


  • Gutenberg: Fixed overwritten color classes on front-end (thanks to @t0b1hh)
  • Elementor: Fixed palette size and row display for many colors (thanks to @stevewoody82)


Fixed broken palette upload/import


Fixed broken download for JSON and Backup formats


Fixed bug: new palette color are not save due to logic error


  • Added support for Hestia Theme
  • Added public method to manually set the central palette (suggested by @mrhasbean)
  • Fixed bug in color sanitation method


  • Fixed incompatibility with Elementor Pro
  • Added support for Neve Theme


  • Fixed broken Import
  • Fixed JavaScript bug


  • Gutenberg/Block-Editor Integration hinzugefügt
  • Transparenzkanal ist nun immer im Paletteneditor sichtbar.
  • Transparenz kann nun für Integrationen zu- oder abgeschaltet werden, die jene unterstützten.
  • Farben können deativiert werden, um sie im Block-Editor zu verbergen, jedoch behalten sie ihre Zuweisung auf Blockebene.
  • Importe versuchen existierende Farben wiederzuverwenden, um Chaos im Block-Editor zu vermeiden.
  • Mehr Exportformate hinzugefügt
  • JSON Import hinzugefügt


Customizer palette breaks into rows of 8 colors


Fixed faulty output on palette save (thanks to @cavalierlife)


Fixed unstable integration with Elementor (thanks to @eplanet)


  • Fixed dynamic styles interfering with other parts of TinyMCE (thanks to @jb2386)
  • Added credits to changelog of all those who contributed
  • Added GDPR notice to readme



Fixed a bug where opacity values are displayed instead of color names



  • Added support for OceanWP
  • Fixed alpha picker for Chrome
  • Removed palette import, it’s to buggy.



  • Fixed fatal error when updating from an older version than 1.6 (thanks to @flixflix)
  • Removed dependancy on farbtastic; now the color picker ships self-contained


Corrected some palette import bugs


Fixed fatal error due to missing wp_is_mobile on network installations of WordPress (thanks to @kzeni)


  • Import third party palettes
  • Automatic color names thanks to Chirag Mehta’s Name that Color and @flixflix
  • Improved backup


  • All settings and the palette can now be exported and imported (suggested by @sigersmit)
  • Added new grid type: only central palette for TinyMCE (suggested by @jhned)
  • Added CSS for right-to-left locales


  • Fixes JavaSript bug (thanks to @hrohh)
  • Fixes conflict with Poedit (thanks to @hrohh)


Corrected typos and some translation strings


  • Theme Customizer support added (thanks to @kzeni)
  • Color grid is now adjustable in type and size


Fixed hidden colors after defining more than 13 colors (thanks to @wlashack)


  • Useability improvements
  • Faster grid generation by using pre-calculated colors
  • Namespaced CSS IDs and HTML form variables to avoid name collisions
  • Fixed CSS errors


Added clean uninstall routine


  • Fixed possible JavaScript error
  • Reduced overhead
  • Removed language files; now handled by GlotPress


Update for WordPress 4.4


  • Repaired headers already send error
  • Preparation for GlotPress


Fixed a broken script


  • Improved settings page
  • Improved accessibility
  • Fixed security leaks
  • Fixed translation bugs


Changed HTML to conform with WordPress 4.3


Added support for custom persistent colors (thanks to @cash3p)


Fixes an error when using more than one TinyMCE


  • Stylesheet gets enqueued only on pages with a TinyMCE
  • Reduced overhead