This compass extension provides support for working with colors in Sass and generating color themes for use on your website.
sudo gem install chriseppstein-compass-colors
To install a theme into your existing compass project, add the following to your compass configuration file:
Then run this command:
compass -f colors -p <Theme Name>
The _theme.sass partial can then be imported into your stylesheets and the color constants can be used.
Supported Color Themes
With all of these themes, you must pick a base color and the theme takes it from there:
- Basic/Monochromatic (basic)
- Complementary (complementary)
- Triadic (triadic)
- Split Complementary (split_complement)
- Analogous (analogous)
Sass Functions Provided
lighten(color, percentage)- Create a color lighter by the percent amount provided.
darken(color, percentage)- Create a color darker by the percent amount provided.
saturate(color, percentage)- Increase the saturation of a color by the percent amount provided.
desaturate(color, percentage)- Decrease the saturation of a color by the percent amount provided.
hue(color)- Extract the hue from the color in degrees (0-360). Suitable to be passed as the first argument of hsl.
saturation(color)- Extract the saturation from the color in percent (0-100). Suitable to be passed as the second argument of hsl.
luminosity(color)- Extract the luminosity from the color in percent (0-100). Suitable to be passed as the third argument of hsl.
mix(color1, color2, percentage)- Create a new color by mixing two colors together. Percentage (0-100) is optional, and indicates how much of color2 should be mixed into color1.
grayscale(color)- Create a gray color by mapping the color provided to the grayscale.
adjust_hue(color, degrees)- Add the number of degrees provided to the hue of the color keeping luminosity and saturation constant. Degrees can be negative.
complement(color)- Returns the compliment of the color provided.