How to Create Themes for Chrome?

Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers, and the main reason for it is that it provides a number of customization options like changing the homepage, changing the theme, wallpaper, and a lot more. Despite Chrome having hundreds of themes in its store, you can easily create your own if you are not satisfied with the available Chrome themes.

In this post, we will step by step learn how to create a custom theme for Google Chrome.

Steps to create Google Chrome Themes

To create Chrome Themes for yourself, you will need to add an extension known as Chrome Theme Creator. This extension will allow you to quickly create and export your own Chrome theme through a simple graphical user interface.

Here are the steps to create your own Chrome theme using the Theme Creator extension:

  1. First, you need to add the Theme Creator extension to Chrome. Navigate to its page, and click on Add to Chrome.add-theme-creator-to-chrome

  2. After adding the theme, Chrome will automatically redirect you to the Apps page. Here select Theme

  3. Now the Theme Creator app will be launched, and you can start customization your Chrome theme.

  4. First, let us start with the basics. Give a name to your Chrome theme from the space provided at the upper-left

  5. Next, click on Upload an Image and choose a high-resolution image for your theme’s background.

  6. After the image is loaded, you will see the preview on the right side. From here, you can also adjust the position of the image with the controlling options available at the bottom.customize-the-image-position

  7. After finalizing the background image position, click on Generate Colors to automatically create a color scheme for your theme based on the background image you have uploaded. You can see the preview on the right.generate-colors

  8. If you don’t like the color scheme or want to make some color adjustments, you can switch to the Colors tab and adjust the colors for Toolbar, Tab Text, Background Tab Text, Bookmark Text, NTP Text, NTP Links, Control Buttons, and Buttons. Keep reviewing the changes by seeing the theme preview on the right.adjust-colors

  9. Finally, after making the required adjustments, you can now download the Chrome theme you have created. Switch back to the Basic tab, and click on the third option, Pack and Install. This option will basically create a package of your new theme as a Chrome Extension.downlaod-the-theme-package

  10. The Chrome Browser will warn you about the file, but you can click on Keep to download it. Don’t worry; it is safe.keep-file

How to install a Custom made Theme on Chrome?

After creating your own theme on Chrome, you can now install it. For that, follow the instructions:

  1. Launch the Chrome browser and navigate to the Menu > More Tools > page
  2. On the Extensions page, toggle the switch to enable the Developer mode from the top-right corner.enable-the-developer-mode
  3. Now drag and drop the theme that you have downloaded after creating it.drag-and-drop-the-theme
  4. A pop-up will appear at the top. Click on Add
  5. Your theme will be added and will be
  6. If you don’t want this theme and want to undo the changes, click on the Undo button, which will appear on the Extension page just after the theme is added.undo-the-new-theme

Summing Up

Creating a custom Chrome theme has never been easier. With our guide, you can now create your own themes in just minutes that are truly unique to the user’s preferences. Whether you want something simple like changing colors or fonts or more extravagant like incorporating an entire design layout with images and text, we have provided all the necessary steps to make this process easy for anyone.

Does Chrome allow you to create your own themes?

Chrome does not have an in-built option to create custom themes; however, using the Theme Creator extension you can easily create your own customized Google Chrome theme.

Can I add my favorite wallpaper on the Chrome theme?

Yes, using the Theme Generator extension you can add your favorite wallpaper on the Chrome theme.

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