ACOS is a WordPress plugin that allows you to change the admin color scheme of your WordPress dashboard.
Add custom color scheme with a simple color picker for yourself and any other users.
You can always switch back to the original plugins page whenever you need it.
How To Use?
- In the admin dashboard go to User > Profile
- Locate “Custom Admin Color Scheme” checkbox
- Check the checkbox to enable custom color scheme
- Change the colors with color picker
- Click on “Update Profile” button to apply the changes
If you would like to contribute to the development of ACOS, you can find the project on GitHub. We welcome any contributions, whether it’s reporting a bug, suggesting a new feature, or submitting a pull request. We reserve the right to reject any pull requests that do not comply with the coding standards and our business goals.
The source code repository is available on GitHub.
Use at your own risk. This plugin is provided as-is, without any warranty or guarantee of its functionality or effectiveness. While we have made every effort to ensure that this plugin is safe and reliable, we cannot be held responsible for any damages or losses caused by its use. Please use this plugin at your own discretion and responsibility.
ACOS is distributed under the GPLv2 or later license.
We would like to thank the WordPress community and its contributors for their invaluable work in creating and maintaining the WordPress platform.
- Add option for enabling CSS style of the admin bar on the front end.
Download the plugin ZIP file from the WordPress plugin repository.
Upload the ZIP file to your WordPress site using the plugin uploader (Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin).
Activate the plugin from the Plugins page.
Alternatively, you can also install the plugin manually by downloading the ZIP file, extracting it, and uploading the extracted folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress site.
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Contributors & Developers
“ACOS – Custom Admin Color Scheme” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Tagging latest version
- Fixed dynamic CSS location
- Added versions to scripts and styles
- Initial version