PrismPlus is a powerful color extension for Visual Studio Code that brings vibrant and captivating coding themes to your development environment. Unlock a world of creativity with a rich collection of meticulously crafted color schemes, designed to enhance your coding experience. Stand out from the
Launch VS Code Quick Open (Ctrl+P), paste the following command, and press enter.
Prism Plus is a visually stunning and highly customizable theme for Visual Studio Code. It offers a modern and elegant design that enhances your coding experience. With a sleek color palette, well-defined syntax highlighting, and thoughtful UI elements, Prism Plus provides a visually appealing and comfortable environment for coding in various programming languages.
Beautiful and modern design
Thoughtfully chosen color palette for optimal readability
Comprehensive syntax highlighting for popular programming languages
Customizable theme options to match your preferences
Intuitive UI elements for enhanced productivity
Seamless integration with Visual Studio Code
Launch Visual Studio Code.
Open the Extensions view by clicking on the square icon on the left sidebar or by pressing Ctrl+Shift+X.
Search for "Prism Plus" in the Extensions marketplace.
Click on the "Install" button next to the Prism Plus Theme extension.
Once installed, click on the "Reload" button to activate the theme.
Go to File > Preferences > Color Theme and select "Prism Plus" as your active theme.
Prism Plus provides several customization options to tailor the theme according to your preferences. To customize the theme, follow these steps:
Go to File > Preferences > Color Theme.
Click on the "Configure" icon (pencil) in the upper-right corner of the Color Theme picker.
Select "Prism Plus" to open the theme customization settings.
Modify the desired settings to adjust colors, fonts, and other aspects of the theme.
Save the changes, and the theme will update accordingly.
Feedback and Support
If you have any feedback, suggestions, or issues with the Prism Plus theme, feel free to open an issue on the GitHub repository. We appreciate your contributions and are committed to making the theme even better.