I’ve seen many questions about whether a focus gradient in a word processing application will work with a wordpress theme.
While the answer depends on the theme, I found the answers were not particularly clear.
While it seems to work for the wordpress version of WordPress, I was not able to get it to work with other theme engines such as Drupal, Joomla, and WordPress.
So I decided to dig a little deeper.
I wanted to see if I could find out if there was any way to set the focus grade for the user’s browser.
And what I found was a lot of confusing and conflicting information.
So, I decided I’d write a little bit about what I discovered.
I’ll share the results with you here in a few minutes, but first I’d like to point out that I was able to solve the problem with my own browser (I’ve updated my version of this post to use Chrome 10.1.2 for a few reasons).
First, I’ve made it quite clear that this article is intended for a user who is able to install a theme, like I did with WordPress.
Second, I’m not trying to say that WordPress is the best or only choice for you.
It depends on your needs and preferences.
You might not need a focus grader for every theme.
You may not need one for every page on your website.
But if you’re just looking for something a little more flexible, and you’re willing to sacrifice some features, WordPress may be the way to go.
This article is written with the goal of making it as easy as possible to set up a focus gauge in WordPress and other theme versions.
For the sake of this tutorial, I’ll be using the WordPress version 4.5.3.
If you are using the earlier version, there is no need to use the focus graders at all.
So just use the default ones.
The first thing you need to do is create a new folder in your WordPress root directory.
Name this folder whatever you want and save it.
Create a new file in that folder called .prefs.php and paste this code in: #if defined($_GET[‘default_theme’]==’WordPress’] $default_default_colors=1 #if __name__ == ‘__main__’: # This is where you put your .pref files.
# I prefer this format for convenience but you could always put it anywhere else.
$prefs_perf = (int)0; $pref_color = ‘black’; $prefi_name = ‘WordPress’; $default = $default; #This sets up the default color, foreground, and background of the .prefi file.
$defaultColor = ‘white’; $focus_col = ‘rgba(255,255,25,0.1)’; $focusBackground = ‘none’; #This tells WordPress how to handle the focus gradient.
This will be the default behavior if the default theme is used.
$focusGradient = array(array(‘background’, ‘bgcolor’)); # This tells WordPress to use this color as a background.
$backgroundColor = array(‘white’, ‘red’); # This sets up a new background for the .focus file.
# This should always be a blank background.
# The default background color can be changed by changing the value of this variable.
$bgColor = $focusCol .’rgba(‘ .
$defaultColors .’ rgba(0,0,255,.1)’); # If you want to add more color to the background of a .preff file, you can do this by adding a new line in $backgroundCol and changing the values to something like #’#fff’ or ‘#00ff’ $background = $background.toString(); # This changes the background color and foreground to the specified colors.
$fav = ‘#FF00’; # This set up the focus color and background to be the specified values.
# It will not change the background value unless you change the value.
$primaryBackground = $primaryCol; # If your theme is set to use a different foreground color for the focus file, this is the same as #setting the foreground value to ‘none’.
$secondaryBackground = array(); # If there are no background colors available, this sets the focus background color to #’black’.
$focusTextColor = array([$primaryBackground, $secondaryCol]); # Set up the background to the .focused file.
If the focus files name starts with a space, that means that the theme will be able to #display the foreground color of the background as well.
# If it doesn’t, it’s set to ‘white’.
$backgroundFile = ‘.’; # Set the default background to ‘black’.
# This will change the foreground background to #the specified background.
If it changes