Customizing the colors of your resume
You can customize the colors in your resume in all resume templates.
- Primary color is the most prominent color on the resume, usually seen in a large colored section.
- Secondary color is the accent color, usually seen in subheadings.
- Link color is the color of hyperlinks and URLs.
- Background color is the color of the page behind the text. In most templates it is white by default.
To edit the colors in your resume:
- Click the Appearance button in the left-side menu. It looks like a paintbrush icon. This will open the Appearance menu across the top of the editor.
- Click the colored circle of the color you would like to edit. The color label will appear as you hover over each circle.
- Choose your new color using the color picker. There are three ways you can do this:
- Use the gradient and slider to pick a new color.
- Choose from one of the preset CV colors.
- Add a color code to the Hex field.
Your color will be updated.