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    Do you have an example how to use themes in a complete application?
    How to declare and import themes?
    Currently I have only one CSS file and I decided to include it in the html file instead of importing it as it is quite heavy.
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/js/source/styles/smart.default.css" />

    I noticed that most if not all elements have theme property and you can get and set it but that is all I could found about themes.
    The big picture is missing from me and I could not find anything on your documentation or examples.
    For example Button API:

    Set the theme property by using the HTML Element's instance.
     const button = document.querySelector('smart-button');
     button.theme = 'red';

    Hi petays,

    There are two themes defined in the smart.default.css – Light(default) and Dark which is set with theme=’dark’.

    <smart-button theme="dark" id="myButton">Click</smart-button>


    Best Wishes,
    Smart HTML Elements Team

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