Referencing Blazorise Theme Values in Custom CSS
will make your HTLM look right nice
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Blazorise is an excellent library that I’ve been using a lot lately. While it has great support for declaring custom visual themes, you’ll occasionally run into situations where what you’re trying to do isn’t fully supported.
Take this super contrived example: I want to set the shadow on a div to use the primary colour defined in my theme, but there’s no attribute in Blazorise to do this directly (at time of writing). I could hard-code the colour to the same hex value as what I’ve set in my theme, but not only is this generally bad practice (since it’s easy to update one value and not the other), it locks you into only one colour even though the theme can be modified dynamically during runtime. So how can we access our Blazorise theme values in custom CSS?