Hugo theme with no predefined colors.
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nocolor is a Hugo theme with no predefined colors and minimal styling. It is based on Slick.


  • Supports taxonomies of tags, categories and series with their own pages.

  • RSS Feed with complete entries.

  • Open Graph, and Twitter Cards support.

  • Fully customizable menu entries.

  • No JavaScript, no bundled fonts, no external requests.


Just download the theme or clone it into your themes/ directory:

cd themes && git clone nocolor

Then reference it in your config:

theme = "nocolor"

Or when building the site, pass it in to the CLI:

hugo -t nocolor


Please take a look at the configuration example for Slick. It is valid for nocolor too.

You can add things to the end of the <head> section by overwriting the partial template extra-head.html or above the footer by overwriting extra_foot.html. The common way to do it is to create layouts/partials/extra_head.html or layouts/partials/extra_foot.html, respectively.

If you want source code highlighting, take a look at tomorrow-pygments.

How to contribute

Read the Code of Conduct.

Reporting bugs or suggesting enhancements

Before reporting a bug, please perform a search to see if the problem has already been reported. If it has, add a comment to the existing issue instead of opening a new one. Same for enhancements.

You can also contact me via E-Mail, XMPP or the Fediverse if you don’t want to open an account.

Pull requests

Please use similar coding conventions as the rest of the project. The basic rule to remember is to write code in the same style as the existing/surrounding code.

You can also send me your patches via E-Mail, ideally using git format-patch or git send-email.