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How to Change Twitter Colors

Don't Like the Colors of Twitter's New Homepage? Change 'Em!

If you've noticed a change in your Twitter experience, you're not going crazy. On Monday, the social site debuted a new look for the homepage of its desktop users. Among the changes? Your cover photo now sits behind your profile picture on the home page and, of course, the colors. The Compose New Tweet box and the navigation bar icons (once you hover over them) are either pink, purple, blue — you name it.

Does that ^ Tweet sound familiar? If so, remember that you can easily change the colors. Just click on the wheel icon on the top right of the page, go to Settings, click on Design, and choose your favorite hue for Link Color.

Ta-da! Problem solved.

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