Head over to Bootswatch and download the
bootstrap.min.css file associated with a swatch.
In Bootstrap’s CSS directory, you’ll find a stylesheet in full (
bootstrap.css) and minified (
bootstrap.min.css) forms. Rename them or move them to a safe place, and replace with the downloaded file. If you ever change your mind, simply drop in another swatch or switch back to the original.
Bootswatch is an open source project, and you’re welcome to modify the swatches further or create your own. If you’re interested, fork or follow the GitHub repository. The files of interest are in the
Each raw swatch consists of two LESS files. One is
variables.less, which is included by default in Bootstrap and allows you to customize these settings. The other is a file called
bootswatch.less that introduces more extensive structural changes.
Check out the README in the
swatchmaker directory for step-by-step instructions on building your own swatch.
A simple API is available for integrating your platform with Bootswatch.
The swatches are housed in an array called
themes, and each swatch has the following properties:
CORS and JSONP are supported. Send your request to
A simple demo, using mustache.js for templating: http://jsbin.com/asowud/1/edit
Please send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit http://thomaspark.me/2012/02/introducing-bootswatch/.
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