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Anki utilizes HTML in its template engine. HTML is quite easy to pick up, and a basic understanding will get you started in improving your Anki templates right away!
I’ve always wanted to create a “base”-style for Anki. Several elements (for instance lists) don’t look that great in Anki, and I have created a small CSS to rectify that.
Anki 2.1 is the upcoming version of the popular spaced repetition software. If you want to write plugins, you might want to have the option to run Anki 2.1 from source for debugging purposes. Here I will outline, how I set up my system to build and run Anki from source.
You can style your cards in Anki with CSS, that’s nothing new. But we can also use some not so obvious CSS to add visual cues to help us remember stuff on our cards.
VSCode has become a powerful editor for Python. Here I share my setup, to develop Anki addons using VSCode.
Anki uses a SQLite database to keep track of your reviews and cards. I always wanted to use R to create some graphs and visualize my learning process. Here is some code, to get you started as well!
Tired of copying and pasting various CSS snippets across multiple cards? By using the CSS
@include, you can share the same CSS file across multiple cards.