I’m not a fan of the color orange. Dunno why. I prefer soothing and relaxing colors, like blues and greens.
But the new Twenty Thirteen theme for the next version of WordPress is very, very orange.
Since I like to run the default themes over on my other site, this clearly could not stand.
So, I did a palette swap. Basically, I took the three header images, and swapped the Red and Blue channels, leaving the Green channel alone. Easy enough to do in Photoshop.
Then, I made a child theme, and put some minimalist code in the functions.php file to fiddle with the default header images to use the ones from my child theme instead of the normal ones. Finally, I did a search and replace for all the color references in the style.css file, swapped the R and B values in them, then put them in my new style.css file.
The result you can see over on my other blog. Yes, I know I don’t write often enough. Hell, I’ve been busy.
Child themes are fun to mess with. Here’s a copy if you want it for anything.