Avoid the Theme's Global Colours and Use

This is the best way to prevent your Theme (from now or when it updates) from interfering with the colour palette or scheme that you’re using on your pages – with Elementor.

Just use the Theme’s Customiser to add the Logo and Favicon for SEO reasons, but that’s it.

Keep the colour scheme to Elementor!!!!!


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7 thoughts on “Avoid the Theme's Global Colours and Use

  1. Thanks. I have Elementor Pro and Astra Pro and have tried to get the question of which to use for global fonts and global typographer. One question on this. If you use Elementor for this, will WooCommerce, LearnDash, Gutenburg blocks, and other plugins also inherit the colors and typographer. I once read something that this is a reason to use the theme.

    Also, there is also Astra/Elementor overlapping functionality for headers, footers, and hooks. Which product do you recommend for this.

  2. I have been battling between these two every single website I build. If we're going to use elementor for everything, how do you think a powerful theme like astra still plays a role? Why not a default theme from wordpress, or a hello theme which I in fact found to be poorly performing related to Astra. I'm still going with Astra pro regardless, but just trying to justify this combination. Any thoughts?

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