This toolkit contains a simple theme template, and sample
.md file for testing and some HTML files for designers/developers to preview/debug css theme right inside their browser.
How to use
Copy and rename your
.css theme file as
html-preview/test.css and copy related resources, like images or fonts or imported css used by your css file into correspond folder. Then open
.html files under folder
html-preview/html by your browser to preview/debug your css theme.
lorem.htmlPreview the basic typesetting.
outline-open-and-focus-mode.htmlPreview pinned outline panel on Typora for macOS, and focus mode.
source-mode.htmlPreview source code mode syntax highlighting style.
ui-controls.htmlPreview some control UIs on macOS, Windows, and Linux and window frame for "unibody" style on Windows.
ui-controls2.htmlPreview tips/notifications in Typora and the side panel style on Windows/Linux.
unibody.htmlPreview the menu style for "unibody" style on Windows.
So you may find components you never seen in Typora because they may only be available for specific OS platform. If you want to submit your Typora theme to Typora Theme Gallery, and share with other users, we strongly recommend you to go through all those HTML files to make your theme looks great n all platform.
- This toolkit is created for Typora >= 0.9.9.7.8 (macOS) or Typora >= 0.9.19 (Windows/Linux). Update your Typora to latest version, and update this toolkit to latest version by
git pullor other commands.
- Do not edit/format HTML files, even though they are ugly and unreadable, currently the final rendered output is whitespace sensitive.
- Better to use Chrome or Safari. (in macOS, typora use Safari as web engine, in Windows/Linux typora use Chrome, but their rendering results are almost same).
- If you meet error like
[Not allowed to load local resource: file://XXXX]in browser's console, the quickest solution for me is to use tools like httpster or CodeKit to host the web content into localhost.
Issues && Contact
If you find bugs, or issues, or require some
class for rendered HTML Dom in typora, please: