Style Customize

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@waline/client provides some CSS variables. You can easily configure the style of waline through these variables:

Meanwhile, @waline/client also has built-in dark mode support.

Dark mode support

You can use the dark option to enable Waline's dark mode support.

Usually websites will enable dark mode support in two ways:

  • Use the @media selector to automatically switch according to the device color mode status through prefers-color-scheme
  • Dynamically apply other dark mode color style by modifying the attributes and class of the dom root element (html or body).

If you enable Waline on the site of the first method, you only need to set dark to 'auto'.

For the second type of site, you need to set dark to the CSS selector that makes the dark mode effective. Here are a few examples:

Examples

  • vuepress-theme-hop v2: It will enable darkmode by setting data-theme="dark" on the <html> tag itself. So you need to set 'html[data-theme="dark"]' as dark option.

  • hexo-theme-fluid: It will enable darkmode by setting data-user-color-scheme="dark" on the <html> tag itself. So you need to set 'html[data-user-color-scheme="dark"]' as dark option.

Meta Icons

If you want to add icons to user comment meta data, you can import waline-meta.css to use it.

For CDN users, you can import via the following link:

<!-- Meta icon (optional) -->
<link
  rel="stylesheet"
  href="https://unpkg.com/@waline/client@v2/dist/waline-meta.css"
/>

For NPM users, you can import via:

import '@waline/client/dist/waline-meta.css';

RTL support

@waline/client supports RTL layout, you just need to add dir="rtl" in <html> tag.

Customize Styles

CSS Variables

You can find default values for CSS variables used by Waline in normal and darkmode at Client Reference → CSS Variables.

If it differs from your site style, you can override the corresponding CSS variable yourself.

Box Shadow

If you are using a theme that uses shadows (box-shadow) instead of borders, you can modify the display effect of Waline by modifying --waline-border and --waline-box-shadow, e.g.:

:root {
  --waline-border: none;
  --waline-box-shadow: 0 12px 40px rgb(134 151 168 / 25%);
}

@media (prefers-color-scheme: dark) {
  body {
    --waline-box-shadow: 0 12px 40px #0f0e0d;
  }
}

More

If the above CSS variables cannot meet your custom requirements for Waline styles, you can write your own css file.

TIPS: The comment area is only for demo. If you have any questions, please go to Github Discussion to ask.
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