You can use different style sheets for this wiki. If you would like to add more colors or use fancy fonts, pick another style sheet and use it. We’re also interested in finding more style sheets, so there are links to CSS sources as well for you to study and adapt – and share!
By default, we’re using the Light theme by BrianBurns. Feedback? See the issues on GitHub.
You can change the theme used for this wiki using the links below.
You may return to the default using this link.
See also EmacsWikiAppearance.
Recommended Style Sheets
User Submitted Style Sheets
Some of these are definitely unmaintained.
- Wikipedia – for that air of authority
- Ruby – bold and easy to read
- Designed in California – inspired by a certain strain of modern web design
- Lots More Text: Like More Text but uses a much smaller font, maximizing text on a page. Excellent for looking at code.
- Basic CSS for people that have tweaked their user CSS and only want the most basic style sheet
- Cali+ – Updated version of “Designed in California”
- Grey: Modern, black-on-grey skin.
- Vanilla: A skin with very little visual distraction.
- Community Wiki with sidebar Minus The Sidebar: This is a nice compact skin but doesn’t use the entire page width.
- Green: Similar to the default skin but text is green on a green background.
- CSS by NicFerrier with sans-serif font and no line or letter spacing.
- Planet CSS using Bitstream Vera Sans Mono
- Oddmuse CSS
- Oddmuse blue headings CSS
- Blue Heading + Small Font
- I changed the address, it’s now hosted on my own server instead of my ISP, should be more reliable, apologies for the incovenience. – LucasBonnet.
- The address changed again, now hosted on the wiki, my DSL doesn’t like Summer. – LucasBonnet
- Beige Red CSS Beige background, large text, looks like (to me) an old newspaper. Not recommended for viewing code.
- Compact Antique Beige: Like Antique Beige but less whitespace. Not recommended for viewing code.
- Beige + Small Font CSS
- Blue more text: Similar to the default skin but with less whitespace so more fits on one page.
- Blue + Small Font CSS Another color. I can’t live without Blue 😊
- Grey and Red
- Green CSS
- Beige CSS Larger font with earth tones.
- Grey CSS by “mad” of the czlug
- white on blue and cyan links– discovered on Earle Martin’s site after reading about his Mu License and adapted for Oddmuse by AlexSchroeder.
- Designed in California – It was inspired by all these sites featuring software for Mac OSX. Strange how so many of these sites seem to be inspired by the Apple website. I basically looked at the Onlife site style sheet for font family and size, some basic whitespace distribution, and added the rest to make it all work for Oddmuse.
- Pink Bliss – Inspired by the ColorTheme PinkBliss
- twb's favorite CSS
Additions to the list welcome!
Note that due to security considerations, most browsers will prevent you from loading a style sheet from a different server.