Kendo UI Default Theme
The Kendo UI Default Theme is a SCSS-based theme for the Kendo UI components.
This package is part of the following suites:
All available Kendo UI commercial licenses may be obtained at http://www.telerik.com/purchase/kendo-ui.
If you do not own a commercial license, the usage of this software shall be governed by the Apache License, Version 2.0.
For more information on how to implement the Default theme in your project, refer to the following articles:
To customize the Default Theme in one swoop, use the colors which are defined in the
scss/_variables.scss file. Any change you make to the content of this file is propagated to every component.
To style a specific component, apply the variables which are used in its specific
After you build the theme by running the
npm run build command, the complete theme that you can use in your project will be available in the
The styles are split into components and the dependencies are managed by the
import-once mixin. When you configure the styles, define them within an
import-once block. In this way, when required from multiple files, they are bundled once.
During development, the SCSS files are linted on every
commit and built on every
push command. To test the theme package against a component, link the theme in the components package.
Browser-specific properties are generated at build-time through the PostCSS autoprefixer.
The embedding of resources, such as images or fonts, avoids hosting-related issues when your project consumes the theme. For more details, refer to issue #41.
To update the embedded resources in your project:
- Run the
npm run embed-assetstask. As a result, the task generates a file with the same name, which registers a Base64-encoded version in the
$data-urisSCSS map. For example, the
foo.wofffont file will receive a
foo.scssfile, which can later be imported through
- Inline the Base64 version through
map-get( $data-uris, 'WebComponentsIcons.woff' ).
The available variables for customizing the Default theme are listed in the article on Default variables. The file is generated from the SCSS source files by running the
npm run api command.
To document a variable, use triple-slash comments (
///) before its definition.
/// Variable description $foo: 42 !default;
To group variables, use the
/// Variable description /// @group random $foo: 42 !default; /// Another variable description /// @group random $bar: 1024 !default;
To change the layout or the front meter of the generated help topic, change the
build/customization.md.hbs source file.
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