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github-style

Init hugo site

hugo new site mysite
cd mysite

Install the theme

git submodule add git@github.com:MeiK2333/github-style.git themes/github-style

Update the theme

If you just installed the theme, it is already in the latest version. If not, you can update using the below commands

cd themes/github-style
git pull

Then, you need to rename the previous posts folder to post

cd <you-project-folder>
mv content/posts content/post

Setup readme

hugo new readme.md
echo '`Hello World!`' > content/readme.md

Pin post

---
pin: true
---

Add new post

Hugo will create a post with draft: true, change it to false in order for it to show in the website.

hugo new post/title_of_the_post.md

Limit display content

Approch 1: use summary

---
title: "title"
date: 2019-10-22T18:46:47+08:00
draft: false
summary: "The summary content"
---

Approch 2: use <!--more-->

Use <!--more--> to seperate content that will display in the posts page as abstraction and the rest of the content. This is different from summary, as summary will not appear in the post.

---
title: "title"
date: 2019-10-22T18:46:47+08:00
draft: false
---
abstraction show in the post page
<!--more-->
other content

add last modified data

add to config.toml

lastmod = true

[frontmatter]
  lastmod = ["lastmod", ":fileModTime", ":default"]

Support LaTex

In you post add math: true to front matter

---
katex: math
---

Then the katex script will auto render the string enclosed be delimiters.

# replace ... with latex formula
display inline \\( ... \\)
display block $$ ... $$

latex example

config.toml example

baseURL = "https://meik2333.com/"
languageCode = "zh-cn"
title = "MeiK's blog"
theme = "github-style"
googleAnalytics = "UA-123456-789"
pygmentsCodeFences = true
pygmentsUseClasses = true

[params]
  author = "MeiK"
  description = "In solitude, where we are least alone."
  github = "MeiK2333"
  facebook = "MeiK2333"
  twitter = "MeiK2333"
  linkedin = "MeiK2333"
  instagram = "MeiK2333"
  tumblr = "MeiK2333"
  email = "meik2333@gmail.com"
  url = "https://meik2333.com"
  keywords = "blog, google analytics"
  rss = true
  lastmod = true
  userStatusEmoji = "😀"
  favicon = "/images/github.png"
  location = "China"

  [[params.links]]
    title = "Link"
    href = "https://github.com/meik2333"
  [[params.links]]
    title = "Link2"
    href = "https://meik2333.com"
    icon = "https://meik2333.com/images/avatar.png"

[frontmatter]
  lastmod = ["lastmod", ":fileModTime", ":default"]

deploy.sh example

There are various way to deploy to github, here is a link to official document.

Here is an sample. Note line 22 have env HUGO_ENV="production", makes sure googleAnalysis is loaded during production, but is not loaded when we are testing it in localhost.

#!/bin/sh

if [ "`git status -s`" ]
then
    echo "The working directory is dirty. Please commit any pending changes."
    exit 1;
fi

echo "Deleting old publication"
rm -rf public
mkdir public
git worktree prune
rm -rf .git/worktrees/public/

echo "Checking out gh-pages branch into public"
git worktree add -B gh-pages public origin/gh-pages

echo "Removing existing files"
rm -rf public/*

echo "Generating site"
env HUGO_ENV="production" hugo -t github-style

echo "Updating gh-pages branch"
cd public && git add --all && git commit -m "Publishing to gh-pages (publish.sh)"

#echo "Pushing to github"
#git push --all

Then you can verify the site is working and use git push --all to push the change to github. If you don't want to check again every time, you can uncomment the #git push --all in the script.