JQuery Colorpicker for Drupal 7

The Drupal 7 branch of Jquery Colorpicker offers a form element than can be included in any form in this way:

JQuery Colorpicker for Drupal 6

The Drupal 6 branch of Jquery Colorpicker offers a form element than can be included in any form in this way:

JQuery Colorpicker

Concept

This module creates a new Form API element type: colorpicker, which relies on the 3rd party integration of the jquery colorpicker. After enabling this module and downloading the relevant files from the site linked above, a new form element can be created.

This will automatically place the colorpicker into the form, allowing users of the form to choose a color from the jquery colorpicker.

Color: changing the color scheme of certain themes

The Color module allows users with the Administer site configuration permission to quickly and easily change the color scheme of themes that have been built to be compatible with it.

In order for color module to work, a theme must be specifically designed to use the color changing features. The Drupal 6 default theme, Garland, and the Drupal 7 default theme, Bartik, are both compatible with the Color module.

Uses

The Color module allows you to easily change the color of links, backgrounds, text, and other theme elements

Basic configuration

The Color module comes enabled in the Drupal 7 standard profile. You will have to enable the module if you are using Drupal 6 or the Drupal 7 minimal profile.

After enabling the Color module, navigate to your theme's configuration page (in Drupal 7, Administration > Appearance or http://example.com/admin/appearance) and click "Settings" for your theme. This will display the color picker tool which will allow you to modify the theme's color settings.

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