An arctic, north-bluish color palette.
Created for the clean- and minimal flat design pattern to achieve a optimal focus and readability for code syntax highlighting and UI. It consists of a total of sixteen, carefully selected, dimmed pastel colors for a eye-comfortable, but yet colorful ambiance.
The color palette it divided into four named components to represent the different color effects.
Nord colors are numbered from
nord15 where each component contains a different amount of colors:
1. Polar Night
2. Snow Storm
This naming convention allows an uncomplicated use for terminals and preserves the compatibility to similar projects like base16.
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The CSS specification supports the usage of primitive value types to define custom properties which can be used to create e.g. color variables.
Nord provides the
template-css.scss template file to compile a
The generated file contains all Nord color variables prefixed with
-- inside the
:root pseudo-class represents an element that is the root of the document.
This is always the HTML (
<html>) element which allows to use the Nord color variables for the whole document.
nord.css stylesheet can be compiled via Gulp:
npm install gulp compile-css-template
nord.scss file into your project and import it in your Sass files:
.scss file extension is optional.
npm install gulp sassdoc
The Sassdoc theme can be changed by editing the
.sassdocrc configuration file.
nord.less file into your project and import it in your LESSCSS files:
Information about how the
@import statement handles imports with different file extensions can be found in the official LESSCSS documentation.
Nord is available in various native formats:
.aco Adobe Photoshop Palette
.ase Adobe Swatch Exchange
.gpa Gpick Palette
.gpl GIMP/Inkscape/CinePaint/Krita Palette
.mtl Alias/WaveFront Material
A list of detailed information about each file format can be found here.
- Nordisk by @kamwitsta
Please report issues/bugs, feature requests and suggestions for improvements to the issue tracker.
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