Customize Style and Script


# Customize Your Own Style

If you are not happy with the default style, VuePress offers some simple config files to easily customize what you want in style.

# Change Default Colors

You could customize .vuepress/styles/palette.styl to quickly modify color configs in the theme.

// default colors
$accentColor = #3eaf7c                      // 主题颜色
$textColor = #2c3e50                        // 文本颜色
$borderColor = #eaecef                      // 边框线颜色
$codeBgColor = #282c34                      // 代码块背景色
$backgroundColor = #ffffff                  // 悬浮块背景色

# Add or Modify Theme Style

You could create a .vuepress/styles/index.styl file to easily add more styles. Note that this is a Stylus file, but you could also use normal CSS grammar.

.content {
  font-size 30px

Can the Color and Style Be in the Same File?

Sorry, you can't. VuePress will parse global variables in palette.styl and apply in blog style, before finally parse index.styl to override default blog style.

# Import Style and Script in Head

You could import style and script in head in .vuepress/config.js. head will be interpreted as <head> at the end.

For example:

module.exports = {
  head: [
    ["link", { rel: "stylesheet", href: "" }],
    ["script", { src: "scripts/demo.js" }]

The above will be interpreted as:

  <link rel="stylesheet" href="">
  <script src="scripts/demo.js"></script>

See official documentation on head configuration (opens new window) for more details.

# Apply Style and Script to a Single Page

Sometimes we may just want to apply some JavaScript or CSS to the current page. We could do this by adding original <script> or <style> tags in the Markdown file, which will be compiled and extracted in the output HTML file.


<p class="demo" :class="$style.example"></p>

<style module>
.example {
  color: #41b883;

export default {
  props: ['slot-key'],
  mounted () {
      .textContent = '这个块是被内联的脚本渲染的,样式也采用了内联样式。'