Sunbox Theme for Hugo - Gruvbox edit of Solar Theme
Those edits were designed to customize the original theme into what backs my blog
- Reworked the style to use gruvbox as a theme instead.
- Attempted to slim the style out by re-separating color theming from structure and removing structures I won't use.
- Tried to increase support for older browsers (understand IE) without usage of JS.
- Made the main content's slightly larger.
- More metadata in the header column, added coloring metadata where applicable.
- A taxonomy listing at the end of single's archetype.
- An entry for a Mastodon (or anything else, really) link next to Twitter has been added too.
- A duck is waiting for you at the end of the page.
- Dropped pygment syntax highlighting, uses Hugo's default Chroma instead.
- Added shortcodes because they can help.
figureshortcode to add the image's dimensions to avoid page jumps and adding some markup to a figure's content.
Previous readme's content
Eiyeron: only gruvbox is available for now.
Solar offers three color schemes: (Solarized)
gray. Additionally there is a
preference setting which
dark according to the users preference.
Eiyeron: "Screenshot machine broke", sorry.
Custom HTML can be injected just before
</body> by creating a
foot.html inside the sites
layouts/partials/ folder. The
default (empty) logo can be overwritten by creating a
Eiyeron: Chroma's used instead, following Hugo's recent default changes. Syntax Highlighting should be provided by the color definition.
This theme does not bring a syntax highlighter. If you want to use
Hugos built in one,
remember to update the color scheme by
setting pygmentsStyle. The pygments style
solarized-dark, for example, matches the themes
dark color scheme, while
solarized-dark256 works well with
static/ and get included by providing a
footer.html as described
Same as with any other theme:
$ git clone https://github.com/bake/solar-theme-hugo.git themes/solar-theme-hugo $ hugo server --theme solar-theme-hugo ...
GPLv2 or higher