Sublime Text is a popular text editor that’s a favorite of many web developers when it comes to what tool they prefer to use to write their code. One of the many cool features of Sublime Text is that it allows you to totally customize its appearance by adding your own theme to it. This way, you’re really personalizing your coding experience. Another great thing about installing a theme to your text editor is that it can come with features and customizations that you wouldn’t normally get with an out of the box install of Sublime Text. Themes can optimize file trees, fonts, colors, positioning of features, and functionalities. What follows is a list of 10 of the coolest free themes to use to customize your Sublime Text editor.
Nil gives you the option to add a little lightness to your Sublime Text editor. If you choose to apply the light theme to your editor, the background will go from standard black to a lighter cream color. Additionally, the font is different from the standard Sublime Text font, so this theme can be used to really switch things up.
Soda is another theme that gives you the option to add a lighter aesthetic to your text editor. This one will turn the background of your editor from black to white, and change the default color of text from white to black.
itg.flat is a theme designed for retina displays and inspired by flat design aesthetics. It’s a cool, sleek, and modern looking theme to apply to your text editor, and comes with two different color schemes, dark and light.