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I have been searching a while for pre-made UIkit 3 themes that I can download in some form and use. But I have not found much. I work with variables and compile most times, but sometimes I would prefer working with a "finished" theme as a starting point

I have found the following resources:

Do anyone else know of UIkit 3 themes that you could list?

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51 minutes ago, franctic-aerobic said:

Do anyone else know of UIkit 3 themes that you could list?

Not really, that also what I could find.

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lol - you guys all got hooked on uikit 🤨

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Hi, Im mostly a designer before a developer and have created some UIKIT themes

I guess my question is what would be the easiest format for developers to implement themes.

Would using CSS variables be better than Sass so no compiling.
Is design mostly important so could be in just HTML and CSS.
Would single file components be useful so code is looped and data comes from a Json file.

Thanks

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