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pypm install sphinxtheme.readability

How to install sphinxtheme.readability

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install sphinxtheme.readability
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version 0.0.6 on Nov 21st, 2012

Sphinx Readability Theme


Experimental! This theme is an experimental and rapidly developing.

Sphinx Readability Theme provides a comfortably reading environment for your documentation.

This theme is inspired by Readability.


To use this style in your Sphinx documentation, follow this guide.

Installing this sphinx theme is simply:

$ pip install sphinxtheme.readability


$ sudo easy_install sphinxtheme.readability

Add this to your conf.py:

import sphinxtheme

readability_path = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(sphinxtheme.__file__))
relative_path = os.path.relpath(readability_path, os.path.abspath('.'))

html_theme = 'readability'
html_theme_path = [relative_path]
  • Tsuyoshi Tokuda (@tokuda109)


Version 0.0.6

Released on Aug XX 2012

  • Fixed line-height of relations h3
  • Fixed widget style
  • Added original pygments style
  • Added favicon
  • Clean up documentation
  • Some UI parts is fixed and updated its style
  • Various bug fixes
  • Added Sass document
  • Added topic directive
Version 0.0.5

Released on June 23 2012

  • Added readability themes (''athelas'', ''ebook'', ''inverse'', ''novel'')
  • Fixed list style of the document has not been applied
  • Fixed warning style of the admonition has not been applied
  • text-rendering property of the headings is applied to OptimizeLegibility
Version 0.0.4

Released on June 19 2012

  • Fixed CHANGES is not registered in the manifest.in
Version 0.0.3

Released on June 19 2012

  • Fixed path when README.rst is opened at installing
Version 0.0.2

Released on June 18 2012

  • Converted to python package
Version 0.0.1

Released on May 27th 2012

  • Idea, proof-of-concept code

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