theme_xaringan(), a ggplot2 theme that automatically uses the colors and font styles of your xaringanthemer style. Also adds
scale_xaringan_continuous() functions that use your slides’ primary colors for the color or fill aesthetics. These theme functions can recover the primary colors used in a xaringanthemer (>= 0.3.0) CSS file even if you don’t call the style function directly in your slides.
Renamed all xaringanthemer functions that create CSS styles to use the prefix “
style_”. For example,
mono_light() is now
write_xaringan_theme() is now
style_extra_css(). Overall, this change makes the xarignanthemer API much cleaner and easier to navigate. Previous function names are deprecated but still work.
background_header_auto parameter that adds a background under the first
h1 element (i.e.
# Slide Title) on a slide. When enabled, the background is added automatically to slides, as long as they aren’t
bottom-styled slides. When disabled, you can still enable slide title headers by adding the
header_background class to a slide. (thanks, @Btibert3, #10)
The underlying template now uses the
xaringanthemer styles now use CSS variables throughout. Most of the settings used in defining a style are stored in CSS variables. The variable names are documented in their corresponding arguments. For example, the color selected for
background_color is stored in the variable
--background-color. These variables can be used in custom CSS rules or in other arguments in any style functions, for example as
xaringanthemer now uses a different set of default fonts for heading and body fonts. The new defaults use Cabin for headings and Noto Sans for body text. These fonts are easier to read on screens and at a distance during presentations, and they support a wide variety of languages and weights. Another reason for the change is that the xaringan (remarkjs) default body font, Droid Serif, is no longer officially included in Google Fonts.
Additional colors can be provided in the
colors argument, which takes a named vector of colors. The names become both CSS classes and CSS variables that can be used throughout your slide styles. For example,
colors = c(red = "#d34213") creates a
.red CSS class for red foreground text, a
.bg-red CSS class for a red background, and a
--red CSS variable that can be referenced as
var(--red) in any
_color argument of your style function.
css-help vignette was removed and may be re-written in the future.
Style function arguments that accept CSS property values are now documented in the argument documentation, including a link to the MDN web docs page for the CSS property or value (#33, thanks @TrashBirdEcology #18).
Style functions return the CSS text directly when
outfile = NULL.