Chlorine - A simple responsive Hugo theme
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Hugo Chlorine

A simple responsive blog theme for Hugo based on Natrium.

Changes

It is now possible to have multiple authors.

Features

  • Blog
  • Responsive
  • Privacy (no Google)
  • Taxonomies
  • Syntax highlighting
  • Pagination
  • Multiple authors

Installation

Run the following inside your Hugo site folder:

$ mkdir themes
$ cd themes
$ git clone https://github.com/AnnaOpss/hugo-chlorine-theme.git

Configuration

Take a look at the sample config.toml file located in the exampleSite folder.

Content Types

Post

Used for blog posts. Blog posts are listed on the homepage.

Run hugo new post/<post-name>.md to create a post.

Page

Used for site pages.

Run hugo new page/<page-name>.md to create a page.

Syntax highlighting

Natrium is using Chroma and pygmentsStyle = "native" by default. If you would like to use another style you have to adjust the colors in pre in main.css.

License

The code is available under the MIT License.

Natrium is using Font Awesome by Dave Gandy (SIL OFL 1.1). Realated files (CSS, LESS, SCSS) are licensed under the MIT License.

Other used fonts are Merriweather by Sorkin Type (Copyright © 2016 The Merriweather Project, SIL OFL 1.1), Lato by Łukasz Dziedzic (Copyright © 2010-2014 by tyPoland Lukasz Dziedzic, SIL OFL 1.1) and Roboto Mono by Christian Robertson (Copyright © 2015 Google Inc., Apache License 2.0).

The content of the example site is generated with Metamorphosum (Copyright © 2014 Kyle Stetz, MIT License).