[wp-trac] [WordPress Trac] #25220: Twenty Fourteen: Let Users Customize the Green "Accent" Color

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#25220: Twenty Fourteen: Let Users Customize the Green "Accent" Color
 Reporter:  celloexpressions  |       Owner:
     Type:  feature request   |      Status:  new
 Priority:  normal            |   Milestone:  3.8
Component:  Bundled Theme     |     Version:  trunk
 Severity:  normal            |  Resolution:
 Keywords:  has-patch         |

Comment (by celloexpressions):

 Next steps:
 - Look into applying the primary accent color to links and highlight color
 in TinyMCE.
 - Add selectors to adjust the colors on the mediaelement players and
 anywhere else they've been added since this initial patch was started.
 - Make sure all Twenty Fourteen patches touching non-grayscale colors
 and/or their selectors also make the necessary edits to the `<style>`
 block in `customizer.php`.
 - Fix discrepancies between color patterns with and without a custom
 accent color; for example, the hover color of top-level header nav items
 (note that this one also seems to have been overridden with child themes
 of Further, for example, on [http://themeshaper.com]). I think paging
 navigation also needed some attention.
 - Consider adjusting a couple of color patterns; for example, the header
 nav sub-menu item hover color is the darkest (original) accent color,
 displayed against a black background, we should consider changing this to
 the lightest generated color like the other link hover on black background
 items. This is the only place where that color is used on a black
 background, which limits the ability to use darker accent colors. Might be
 worth having @iamtakashi take a look at it with a few alternate accent
 colors and provide direction on anywhere we should adjust the use of the
 different generated colors (or adjust the generation process).
 - Remove the ability to change the "header text color" -- which is really
 only the site title text color. If we want to keep the ability to hide
 that text, we'll need to add the ability to remove the color control and
 keep the other header controls to core (and it should definitely be
 there), which I can look into.
 - Come up with better names for `accent_lighter` and
 `accent_much_lighter`. The variables don't matter much, but those labels
 are also used for the theme_mods.

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