We realize that so many customers want to add more than 200 custom colors, so we updated the theme since Kalles 2.3.1, we provide a child theme (called Only configure custom colors) – this theme has only one function is lets you add more than 200 custom colors, to allow customers to customize it themselves.
In Kalles version 3.x, the Swatch, Label, Submenu option – that allows customers to add custom variant colors for product and submenu labels has been removed. This option, before, is limited to a maximum of 200 custom color variants.
You guys can do so by following the steps outlined below.
1. Upload the child theme
1.1. Find the Kalles child theme
In the Theme Package that you downloaded from Theme Forest, after unzipping it, you will find out the Kalles Child theme. This theme will use to configure more than 200 custom variant colors for your products.
1.2. Install the Child Theme
Step 3: In the ‘Upload theme‘ popup > Click the Add file button > Choose the theme file > ‘Upload File‘ button.
NOTE: Please DO NOT publish the Child theme on your store
2. Enable Colors CSS option
3. Add Custom variant colors for Products
Step 1: Click the ‘Customize‘ button to customize the child theme.
Step 2: You guys will see the layout below:
In Customize > Homepage, you will see this child theme has only one option: Add section. Please click Add section button > Choose Custom Color to add custom color for your products.
In the Custom Color section > Add Swatch Color block > Then configure the Swatch color same the image below:
4. Copy CSS Code and add them in Colors.css file
After configuring the custom colors for products done, you can click on the Green button: COPY CSS CODE to copy the style that you just configured done!
In Customize > choose Edit code > Search and open the Colors.css file
Remove the default code of this file > Paste the CSS code that you just copied here. In the case, you copy new CSS code, you can press Enter button and paste the new CSS code below the previous codes. The custom CSS code will look like the image below: