Step 1 – Decide which color option you would like to adjust. For this example, let’s look at the ‘Button Gradient Top Color’ option located in the Avada > Options > Avada Builder Elements > Button section.
Step 2 – To bring up the color selector, click the ‘Select Color’ button.
Step 3 – Drag the circle, illustrated as A, with your mouse over the spectrum to choose a color. If you have a particular color in mind, you can instead add the unique hexadecimal code in field provided, illustrated as B. For example, #000000
Step 4 – Control the saturation of the spectrum by moving the first slider on the right up or down, illustrated as C. The lower the slider, the less saturated the colors.
Step 5 – Control the transparency of your chosen color by moving the rightmost slider up or down, illustrated as D. Adding transparency converts the hexadecimal to RGBA.
Step 6 – Press the ‘Default’ button to revert the color back to the default color.