Use Bootstrap's global style variables to compile custom stylesheets. The goal of this app is to speed up design iteration and ensure cohesive design across all of Bootstrap's components.
sass command-line application is required:
sudo npm install -g sass
Run the following commands to get started:
git clone https://github.com/wurde/themebuilder cd themebuilder npm run setup npm start
Bootstrap uses SASS
Every Bootstrap download includes both compiled assets and source code. Normally the compiled and minified versions are adequate, but eventually you'll want to differentiate the style of your site. Using the CSS source code, in the
scss/ directory, we can customize the default styles. All of the SASS files located within
.scss/ reference global variables set inside a
Using the provided global style directives, available in Bootstrap v4.0, we can customize how Bootstrap styles our web sites with only a few lines of code. Every SASS variable in Bootstrap 4 includes the
!default flag, meaning you can override that default value in your own SASS even after that original variable’s been defined. Copy and paste variables as needed, modify the values, remove the
!default flag, and recompile.
Read more about Bootstrap customization and SASS at:
Get the project's history in CHANGELOG.md.
Script is released under the MIT License.