Deploy your own copy on Heroku
When running basic
make <task> is supported for *nix users and
node make <task> is supported for Windows users.
npm install [node] make test run
Stubbing "Popular Files"
There are two ways of using local
The first is to use the stubbed version in the test framework, this can be done by changing
config/_config.yml and setting
#### # Turn stats on or off. # - Use 'stub' to develop against test stub. # extras: true extras: stub
The second method would be to copy
tests/stubs/popular.json to your system's temp directory as
.popular.json – e.g.
/tmp/.popular.json on Linux and Mac.
If you're unsure of the location of the temp directory on your system, do the following:
$ node > os.tmpdir() '/tmp'
## # for the following make tasks, you can also run: # # npm <task name> ## # start server node make start # stop server node make stop # restart server node make restart # server status node make status # view logs tail -f ./logs/server.log
Nginx tasks are only supported on *nix platforms which support
# generate nginx conf for your checkout and start nginx node make nginx/start # stop nginx node make nginx/stop # restart (stop then start) nginx node make nginx/restart # HUP nginx process to reload configs node make nginx/reload # to regnerate nginx.conf rm nginx.conf
port: Integer value of the Node application port.
theme: Integer value of the array index from the
authors: Array of Author Strings
description: String containing the meta descript of the site.
extras: Turn on extras functionality. Requires
config/_oauth.ymlupdate with correct
favicon: Hash containing the favicon path.
google_analytics: Hash containing GA
stylesheets: Array containing stylesheet files to be loaded at the top of the site.
before(at the top) or
after(at the bottom) of the site.
bootswatch: Hash containing current Bootswatch meta data and themes.
bootlint: Array of Hashes containing Bootlint meta data and pathing.
bootstrap: Array of Hashes containing Bootstrap meta data and pathing.
To add new tweets to the "Mad Love" section, follow these steps:
- Copy the full
<blockquote>HTML from the "Embed Tweet" source obtained via Twitter.
- Replace all double quotes (
") with single quotes (
- Wrap entire HTML block in double quotes (
- Add to
_tweets.yml, preceeded with a dash (
-), which signifies an array item in YAML.
This is reserved for MaxCDN and NetDNA installation only at this time. Contact @jdorfman for more information.