Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala

1665956520

Hacker: A Jekyll Theme for GitHub Pages

The Hacker theme

Hacker is a Jekyll theme for GitHub Pages. You can preview the theme to see what it looks like, or even use it today.

Thumbnail of Hacker

Usage

To use the Hacker theme:

Add the following to your site's _config.yml:

remote_theme: pages-themes/hacker@v0.2.0
plugins:
- jekyll-remote-theme # add this line to the plugins list if you already have one

Optionally, if you'd like to preview your site on your computer, add the following to your site's Gemfile:

gem "github-pages", group: :jekyll_plugins

Customizing

Configuration variables

Hacker will respect the following variables, if set in your site's _config.yml:

title: [The title of your site]
description: [A short description of your site's purpose]

Additionally, you may choose to set the following optional variables:

show_downloads: ["true" or "false" (unquoted) to indicate whether to provide a download URL]
google_analytics: [Your Google Analytics tracking ID]

Stylesheet

If you'd like to add your own custom styles:

Create a file called /assets/css/style.scss in your site

Add the following content to the top of the file, exactly as shown:

---
---

@import "{{ site.theme }}";

Add any custom CSS (or Sass, including imports) you'd like immediately after the @import line

Note: If you'd like to change the theme's Sass variables, you must set new values before the @import line in your stylesheet.

Layouts

If you'd like to change the theme's HTML layout:

  1. For some changes such as a custom favicon, you can add custom files in your local _includes folder. The files provided with the theme provide a starting point and are included by the original layout template.
  2. For more extensive changes, copy the original template from the theme's repository
    (Pro-tip: click "raw" to make copying easier)
  3. Create a file called /_layouts/default.html in your site
  4. Paste the default layout content copied in the first step
  5. Customize the layout as you'd like

Customizing Google Analytics code

Google has released several iterations to their Google Analytics code over the years since this theme was first created. If you would like to take advantage of the latest code, paste it into _includes/head-custom-google-analytics.html in your Jekyll site.

Overriding GitHub-generated URLs

Templates often rely on URLs supplied by GitHub such as links to your repository or links to download your project. If you'd like to override one or more default URLs:

Look at the template source to determine the name of the variable. It will be in the form of {{ site.github.zip_url }}.

Specify the URL that you'd like the template to use in your site's _config.yml. For example, if the variable was site.github.url, you'd add the following:

github:
  zip_url: http://example.com/download.zip
  another_url: another value

When your site is built, Jekyll will use the URL you specified, rather than the default one provided by GitHub.

Note: You must remove the site. prefix, and each variable name (after the github.) should be indent with two space below github:.

For more information, see the Jekyll variables documentation.

Roadmap

See the open issues for a list of proposed features (and known issues).

Project philosophy

The Hacker theme is intended to make it quick and easy for GitHub Pages users to create their first (or 100th) website. The theme should meet the vast majority of users' needs out of the box, erring on the side of simplicity rather than flexibility, and provide users the opportunity to opt-in to additional complexity if they have specific needs or wish to further customize their experience (such as adding custom CSS or modifying the default layout). It should also look great, but that goes without saying.

Contributing

Interested in contributing to Hacker? We'd love your help. Hacker is an open source project, built one contribution at a time by users like you. See the CONTRIBUTING file for instructions on how to contribute.

Previewing the theme locally

If you'd like to preview the theme locally (for example, in the process of proposing a change):

  1. Clone down the theme's repository (git clone https://github.com/pages-themes/hacker)
  2. cd into the theme's directory
  3. Run script/bootstrap to install the necessary dependencies
  4. Run bundle exec jekyll serve to start the preview server
  5. Visit localhost:4000 in your browser to preview the theme

Running tests

The theme contains a minimal test suite, to ensure a site with the theme would build successfully. To run the tests, simply run script/cibuild. You'll need to run script/bootstrap once before the test script will work.

Download Details:

Author: Pages-themes
Source Code: https://github.com/pages-themes/hacker 
License: CC0-1.0 license

#jekyll #theme #githubpages 

What is GEEK

Buddha Community

Hacker: A Jekyll Theme for GitHub Pages

A Simple Guide to Github Page Deployment

Long story short: Jekyll is a template engine changing

markdowndocuments on staticHTMLwebpages, that you can then host anywyere, because you don’t need databases or server that has PHP or Python.

Usual Process

Normally the process of adding new post looks like this:

  • I write markdown document with setting parameters like title, date and tags
  • when I’m happy with what I wrote (never), I commit changes and push it to repository on GitHub. Repository name comes from my nick and is also address for blog asvid.github.io
  • Github after pushing to branch master builds website from sources using Jekyll - probably something like running jekyll build
  • result of Jekyll build is not present in a repository, but you see it right now after visiting bloga page

#github-pages #github-page-with-jekyll #jekyll #github-actions #github #deployment #continuous-deployment #web-development

Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala

1665912060

Cayman: A Jekyll Theme for GitHub Pages

The Cayman theme

Cayman is a Jekyll theme for GitHub Pages. You can preview the theme to see what it looks like, or even use it today.

Usage

To use the Cayman theme:

Add the following to your site's _config.yml:

remote_theme: pages-themes/cayman@v0.2.0
plugins:
- jekyll-remote-theme # add this line to the plugins list if you already have one

Optionally, if you'd like to preview your site on your computer, add the following to your site's Gemfile:

gem "github-pages", group: :jekyll_plugins

Customizing

Configuration variables

Cayman will respect the following variables, if set in your site's _config.yml:

title: [The title of your site]
description: [A short description of your site's purpose]

Additionally, you may choose to set the following optional variables:

show_downloads: ["true" or "false" (unquoted) to indicate whether to provide a download URL]
google_analytics: [Your Google Analytics tracking ID]

Stylesheet

If you'd like to add your own custom styles:

Create a file called /assets/css/style.scss in your site

Add the following content to the top of the file, exactly as shown:

---
---

@import "{{ site.theme }}";

Add any custom CSS (or Sass, including imports) you'd like immediately after the @import line

Note: If you'd like to change the theme's Sass variables, you must set new values before the @import line in your stylesheet.

Layouts

If you'd like to change the theme's HTML layout:

  1. For some changes such as a custom favicon, you can add custom files in your local _includes folder. The files provided with the theme provide a starting point and are included by the original layout template.
  2. For more extensive changes, copy the original template from the theme's repository
    (Pro-tip: click "raw" to make copying easier)
  3. Create a file called /_layouts/default.html in your site
  4. Paste the default layout content copied in the first step
  5. Customize the layout as you'd like

Customizing Google Analytics code

Google has released several iterations to their Google Analytics code over the years since this theme was first created. If you would like to take advantage of the latest code, paste it into _includes/head-custom-google-analytics.html in your Jekyll site.

Overriding GitHub-generated URLs

Templates often rely on URLs supplied by GitHub such as links to your repository or links to download your project. If you'd like to override one or more default URLs:

Look at the template source to determine the name of the variable. It will be in the form of {{ site.github.zip_url }}.

Specify the URL that you'd like the template to use in your site's _config.yml. For example, if the variable was site.github.url, you'd add the following:

github:
  zip_url: http://example.com/download.zip
  another_url: another value

When your site is built, Jekyll will use the URL you specified, rather than the default one provided by GitHub.

Note: You must remove the site. prefix, and each variable name (after the github.) should be indent with two space below github:.

For more information, see the Jekyll variables documentation.

Roadmap

See the open issues for a list of proposed features (and known issues).

Project philosophy

The Cayman theme is intended to make it quick and easy for GitHub Pages users to create their first (or 100th) website. The theme should meet the vast majority of users' needs out of the box, erring on the side of simplicity rather than flexibility, and provide users the opportunity to opt-in to additional complexity if they have specific needs or wish to further customize their experience (such as adding custom CSS or modifying the default layout). It should also look great, but that goes without saying.

Contributing

Interested in contributing to Cayman? We'd love your help. Cayman is an open source project, built one contribution at a time by users like you. See the CONTRIBUTING file for instructions on how to contribute.

Previewing the theme locally

If you'd like to preview the theme locally (for example, in the process of proposing a change):

  1. Clone down the theme's repository (git clone https://github.com/pages-themes/cayman)
  2. cd into the theme's directory
  3. Run script/bootstrap to install the necessary dependencies
  4. Run bundle exec jekyll serve to start the preview server
  5. Visit localhost:4000 in your browser to preview the theme

Running tests

The theme contains a minimal test suite, to ensure a site with the theme would build successfully. To run the tests, simply run script/cibuild. You'll need to run script/bootstrap once before the test script will work.

Download Details:

Author: Pages-themes
Source Code: https://github.com/pages-themes/cayman 
License: CC0-1.0 license

#jekyll #theme #github 

Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala

1667425500

Slate: A Jekyll Theme for GitHub Pages

The Slate theme 

Slate is a Jekyll theme for GitHub Pages. You can preview the theme to see what it looks like, or even use it today.

Usage

To use the Slate theme:

Add the following to your site's _config.yml:

remote_theme: pages-themes/slate@v0.2.0
plugins:
- jekyll-remote-theme # add this line to the plugins list if you already have one

Optionally, if you'd like to preview your site on your computer, add the following to your site's Gemfile:

gem "github-pages", group: :jekyll_plugins

Customizing

Configuration variables

Slate will respect the following variables, if set in your site's _config.yml:

title: [The title of your site]
description: [A short description of your site's purpose]

Additionally, you may choose to set the following optional variables:

show_downloads: ["true" or "false" (unquoted) to indicate whether to provide a download URL]
google_analytics: [Your Google Analytics tracking ID]

Stylesheet

If you'd like to add your own custom styles:

Create a file called /assets/css/style.scss in your site

Add the following content to the top of the file, exactly as shown:

---
---

@import "{{ site.theme }}";

Add any custom CSS (or Sass, including imports) you'd like immediately after the @import line

Note: If you'd like to change the theme's Sass variables, you must set new values before the @import line in your stylesheet.

Layouts

If you'd like to change the theme's HTML layout:

  1. For some changes such as a custom favicon, you can add custom files in your local _includes folder. The files provided with the theme provide a starting point and are included by the original layout template.
  2. For more extensive changes, copy the original template from the theme's repository
    (Pro-tip: click "raw" to make copying easier)
  3. Create a file called /_layouts/default.html in your site
  4. Paste the default layout content copied in the first step
  5. Customize the layout as you'd like

Customizing Google Analytics code

Google has released several iterations to their Google Analytics code over the years since this theme was first created. If you would like to take advantage of the latest code, paste it into _includes/head-custom-google-analytics.html in your Jekyll site.

Overriding GitHub-generated URLs

Templates often rely on URLs supplied by GitHub such as links to your repository or links to download your project. If you'd like to override one or more default URLs:

Look at the template source to determine the name of the variable. It will be in the form of {{ site.github.zip_url }}.

Specify the URL that you'd like the template to use in your site's _config.yml. For example, if the variable was site.github.url, you'd add the following:

github:
  zip_url: http://example.com/download.zip
  another_url: another value

When your site is built, Jekyll will use the URL you specified, rather than the default one provided by GitHub.

Note: You must remove the site. prefix, and each variable name (after the github.) should be indent with two space below github:.

For more information, see the Jekyll variables documentation.

Roadmap

See the open issues for a list of proposed features (and known issues).

Project philosophy

The Slate theme is intended to make it quick and easy for GitHub Pages users to create their first (or 100th) website. The theme should meet the vast majority of users' needs out of the box, erring on the side of simplicity rather than flexibility, and provide users the opportunity to opt-in to additional complexity if they have specific needs or wish to further customize their experience (such as adding custom CSS or modifying the default layout). It should also look great, but that goes without saying.

Contributing

Interested in contributing to Slate? We'd love your help. Slate is an open source project, built one contribution at a time by users like you. See the CONTRIBUTING file for instructions on how to contribute.

Previewing the theme locally

If you'd like to preview the theme locally (for example, in the process of proposing a change):

  1. Clone down the theme's repository (git clone https://github.com/pages-themes/slate)
  2. cd into the theme's directory
  3. Run script/bootstrap to install the necessary dependencies
  4. Run bundle exec jekyll serve to start the preview server
  5. Visit localhost:4000 in your browser to preview the theme

Running tests

The theme contains a minimal test suite, to ensure a site with the theme would build successfully. To run the tests, simply run script/cibuild. You'll need to run script/bootstrap once before the test script will work.

Download Details:

Author: Pages-themes
Source Code: https://github.com/pages-themes/slate 
License: CC0-1.0 license

#jekyll #pages #theme #githubpages 

Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala

1665956520

Hacker: A Jekyll Theme for GitHub Pages

The Hacker theme

Hacker is a Jekyll theme for GitHub Pages. You can preview the theme to see what it looks like, or even use it today.

Thumbnail of Hacker

Usage

To use the Hacker theme:

Add the following to your site's _config.yml:

remote_theme: pages-themes/hacker@v0.2.0
plugins:
- jekyll-remote-theme # add this line to the plugins list if you already have one

Optionally, if you'd like to preview your site on your computer, add the following to your site's Gemfile:

gem "github-pages", group: :jekyll_plugins

Customizing

Configuration variables

Hacker will respect the following variables, if set in your site's _config.yml:

title: [The title of your site]
description: [A short description of your site's purpose]

Additionally, you may choose to set the following optional variables:

show_downloads: ["true" or "false" (unquoted) to indicate whether to provide a download URL]
google_analytics: [Your Google Analytics tracking ID]

Stylesheet

If you'd like to add your own custom styles:

Create a file called /assets/css/style.scss in your site

Add the following content to the top of the file, exactly as shown:

---
---

@import "{{ site.theme }}";

Add any custom CSS (or Sass, including imports) you'd like immediately after the @import line

Note: If you'd like to change the theme's Sass variables, you must set new values before the @import line in your stylesheet.

Layouts

If you'd like to change the theme's HTML layout:

  1. For some changes such as a custom favicon, you can add custom files in your local _includes folder. The files provided with the theme provide a starting point and are included by the original layout template.
  2. For more extensive changes, copy the original template from the theme's repository
    (Pro-tip: click "raw" to make copying easier)
  3. Create a file called /_layouts/default.html in your site
  4. Paste the default layout content copied in the first step
  5. Customize the layout as you'd like

Customizing Google Analytics code

Google has released several iterations to their Google Analytics code over the years since this theme was first created. If you would like to take advantage of the latest code, paste it into _includes/head-custom-google-analytics.html in your Jekyll site.

Overriding GitHub-generated URLs

Templates often rely on URLs supplied by GitHub such as links to your repository or links to download your project. If you'd like to override one or more default URLs:

Look at the template source to determine the name of the variable. It will be in the form of {{ site.github.zip_url }}.

Specify the URL that you'd like the template to use in your site's _config.yml. For example, if the variable was site.github.url, you'd add the following:

github:
  zip_url: http://example.com/download.zip
  another_url: another value

When your site is built, Jekyll will use the URL you specified, rather than the default one provided by GitHub.

Note: You must remove the site. prefix, and each variable name (after the github.) should be indent with two space below github:.

For more information, see the Jekyll variables documentation.

Roadmap

See the open issues for a list of proposed features (and known issues).

Project philosophy

The Hacker theme is intended to make it quick and easy for GitHub Pages users to create their first (or 100th) website. The theme should meet the vast majority of users' needs out of the box, erring on the side of simplicity rather than flexibility, and provide users the opportunity to opt-in to additional complexity if they have specific needs or wish to further customize their experience (such as adding custom CSS or modifying the default layout). It should also look great, but that goes without saying.

Contributing

Interested in contributing to Hacker? We'd love your help. Hacker is an open source project, built one contribution at a time by users like you. See the CONTRIBUTING file for instructions on how to contribute.

Previewing the theme locally

If you'd like to preview the theme locally (for example, in the process of proposing a change):

  1. Clone down the theme's repository (git clone https://github.com/pages-themes/hacker)
  2. cd into the theme's directory
  3. Run script/bootstrap to install the necessary dependencies
  4. Run bundle exec jekyll serve to start the preview server
  5. Visit localhost:4000 in your browser to preview the theme

Running tests

The theme contains a minimal test suite, to ensure a site with the theme would build successfully. To run the tests, simply run script/cibuild. You'll need to run script/bootstrap once before the test script will work.

Download Details:

Author: Pages-themes
Source Code: https://github.com/pages-themes/hacker 
License: CC0-1.0 license

#jekyll #theme #githubpages 

Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala

1667286780

Agusmakmun.github.io: Free and Open-source Jekyll Theme

My Stack Problems

This project forked and has been modified from A simple grey theme for Jekyll, and the search posts using Super Search

Demo

Features

  • Sitemap and XML Feed
  • Pagination in homepage
  • Posts under category
  • Realtime Search Posts (title & description) by query.
  • Related Posts
  • Highlight pre
  • Next & Previous Post
  • Disqus comment
  • Projects page & Detail Project page
  • Share on social media
  • Google analytics
  • HTML Minify (Compress HTML) using Jekyll Compress HTML

Screenshot

Screenshot Post Page

Install & Configuration

  1. Fork this repository
  2. Edit site settings inside file of _config.yml
  3. Edit your projects at file of projects.md, _data/projects.json and inside path of _project/ (for detail project).
  4. Edit about yourself inside file of about.md

How to Use?

a. Add new Category

All categories saved inside path of category/, you can see the existed categories.

b. Add new Posts

  • All posts bassed on markdown syntax (please googling). allowed extensions is *.markdown or *.md.
  • This files can found at the path of _posts/.
  • and the name of files are following <date:%Y-%m-%d>-<slug>.<extension>, for example:
2013-09-23-welcome-to-jekyll.md

# or

2013-09-23-welcome-to-jekyll.markdown

Inside the file of it,

---
layout: post                          # (require) default post layout
title: "Your Title"                   # (require) a string title
date: 2016-04-20 19:51:02 +0700       # (require) a post date
categories: [python, django]          # (custom) some categories, but makesure these categories already exists inside path of `category/`
tags: [foo, bar]                      # (custom) tags only for meta `property="article:tag"`
image: Broadcast_Mail.png             # (custom) image only for meta `property="og:image"`, save your image inside path of `static/img/_posts`
---

# your content post with markdown syntax goes here...

Installing in your local

bundle install
jekyll serve

Updating the Gemfile.lock

bundle update

Contributing

Feel free to open a bug or contribute to code!

Download Details:

Author: Agusmakmun
Source Code: https://github.com/agusmakmun/agusmakmun.github.io 
License: MIT license

#jekyll #theme #github