Install Theme support by adding theme.js to your header.
Define Theme overrides in a dedicated theme.css by adding this line to your header.
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="links/theme.css"/>
Initiate Theme support by adding these lines somewhere in your project. The
.install(element) method takes an element to append the
<style> tag to.
const theme = new Theme(); theme.install(document.body); theme.start();
Trigger a function once a new theme has been loaded:
theme.onLoad = callback
The callback will fire when a new theme has loaded, perfect to connect a refresh method and update your application with the new colors.
The Theme format holds 9 different colors, including 4 foreground colors, 4 background colors, and a global background color. Each foreground color should be readable on every background color, with the exception of the
inv types, which are designed to be used in warnings or modals and should only overlap each other.
A variable's contrast should be seen as an offset to the global background color, so instance,
f_high represents a high contrast color against the global
background, and so does
b_high, representing a highly contrasted color against the global
You can test your themes online with the Theme Benchmark.
background, Application Background.
f_high, Foreground, high-contrast.
f_med, Foreground, medium-contrast.
f_low, Foreground, low-contrast.
f_inv, Foreground, for modals and overlays.
b_high, Background, high-contrast.
b_med, Background, medium-contrast.
b_low, Background, low-contrast.
b_inv, Background, for modals and overlays.
The Theme file format is a simple SVG file. The theme.js loader will look for colors found in the element's
id attributes. Save the image on your computer and drag it over the application window to install it.
<!-- Author: Unknown --> <svg width="96px" height="64px" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" baseProfile="full" version="1.1"> <rect width='96' height='64' id='background' fill='#E0B1CB'></rect> <!-- Foreground --> <circle cx='24' cy='24' r='8' id='f_high' fill='#231942'></circle> <circle cx='40' cy='24' r='8' id='f_med' fill='#5E548E'></circle> <circle cx='56' cy='24' r='8' id='f_low' fill='#BE95C4'></circle> <circle cx='72' cy='24' r='8' id='f_inv' fill='#E0B1CB'></circle> <!-- Background --> <circle cx='24' cy='40' r='8' id='b_high' fill='#FFFFFF'></circle> <circle cx='40' cy='40' r='8' id='b_med' fill='#5E548E'></circle> <circle cx='56' cy='40' r='8' id='b_low' fill='#BE95C4'></circle> <circle cx='72' cy='40' r='8' id='b_inv' fill='#9F86C0'></circle> </svg>
Simply download these SVG files, and drag and drop them onto the application window, to install them.
See the full collection here.
Themes can be generated from your wallpaper’s colors with pywal.
Add pywal.svg to
~/.config/wal/templates and run
wal. The generated theme will be located in
- Dotgrid, vector tool.
- Ronin, pixel tool.
- Orca, programing language.
- Left, writing tool.
- Nasu, spritesheet editor.
- Marabu, music tool.
- Donsol, card game.
- Paradise, IF playground.
- Pilot, synthetiser.
- Verreciel, space game.
This collection may also be used with:
- Tape by Aeriform.
- Memex by Kormyen.
- Autograph by James Chip
- Dot Matrix by Lains
- Pixelful by Jacob Unknown
You are welcome to submit your own themes to this collection.