The dark side is calling you... Come and join us! 👻
npm install vuedarkmode # Or if you prefer using yarn yarn add vuedarkmode
In your main.js file:
import Vue from "vue"; import VueDarkMode from "vuedarkmode"; Vue.use(VueDarkMode);
<script src="https://firstname.lastname@example.org/dist/vue.min.js"></script> <script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/vuedarkmode@latest/dist/vuedarkmode.min.js"></script>
We recommend our users to lock Vue Dark Mode's version when using CDN. Requesting the latest version (as opposed to "latest major" or "latest minor") is dangerous because major versions usually come with breaking changes. Only do this if you really know what you are doing.
Here are some options you can set to customize the plugin. 🍸
All our components are baked using only these colors. No added sugar. 🤞
Heading 1Heebo Bold26px36px
Heading 2Heebo Medium24px34px
Heading 3Heebo Medium22px32px
Heading 4Heebo Medium20px30px
Heading 5Heebo Regular18px28px
Heading 6Heebo Regular16px28px
Paragraph StyleHeebo Regular16px28px
Icons from Material Design
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