For installing a theme you just need to copy it to the
themes/ folder. Create the
themes/ folder if it does not already exist.
project ├── assets ├── models ├── content ... └── themes └── lektor-theme-nix
Themes are normally distributed by public Git repositories, so you could install a theme by cloning the repo:
cd themes git clone URL_TO_THEME_REPO
For example, for installing
cd themes git clone https://github.com/rlaverde/lektor-theme-nix.git
If you download several themes, setting
themes variable will allow you to only load
a particular theme.
Not implemented yet.
You could add the
themes variable to the
.lektorproject file and Lektor will
search in the
and automatically install it.
[project] themes = lektor-theme-nix
Lektor also supports installing several themes. Copy them to the
folder, and set the
themes variable to indicate the precedence (optional).
project ├── assets ├── models ├── content ... └── themes ├── lektor-theme-other-theme/ └── lektor-theme-nix/
[project] themes = lektor-theme-nix, lektor-theme-other-theme
This will make
lektor-theme-nix, because it's listed first, have a higher precedence.
Files present in multiple themes will be loaded from right to left, so that the first (left-most)
theme is preferred over the theme(s) to its right.
If you don't set the
themes variable, all themes will be loaded, but the order