A Python 3 program that generates HTML pages from stylesheet files.

Input: a SASS stylesheet (.scss), a LESS stylesheet (.less), a GNU Image Manipulation Program palette (.gpl), or an Oomox color scheme file.

Output: an HTML document with boxes of the colors defined in the input file (in ~/.local/share/palpageproducer/output or the equivalent).



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pip install palpageproducer

Usage Notes

I made this because I wanted an easy way to see what the colors in a webpage/game/etc. looked like together. Because Palette Page Producer also lists the variable names and hex codes of each color, it also makes it easy to copy a given value (e.g. to throw it into WebAIM’s Color Contrast Checker).


I’d like to eventually add command line options to specify column count and output filename, but those aren’t available yet.



Added basic support for Oomox color schemes. (Some selectors are ignored.)


Initial public release.


Copyright 2019 Matthew Ellison.

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