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Altering the module content.
Modules descriptions are rendered from markdown files
(here is a useful markdown cheatsheet) located in the
The module markdown files are plain markdown file. However, the top of each file
contains some YAML data helping to render the content on the website.
This YAML lines set the page layout, the title to render, and the icon picture
to use on the page.
Here's an example:
--- layout: page title: "Open Access to Research Papers" icon: "icons/paper.html" order: 6 ---
How to add a person to be listed/rendered on the website
Currently adding a person involves adding a YAML file in the
folder. Perhaps the easiest thing to do is to copy an existing file, e.g.
chris_madan.yml. In this file, the data is used to define a member profile.
The contact item currently supports:
Depending on which team you're in, you can use the following value for the team item:
Here's an example:
name: Christopher Madan location: UK contact: email: email@example.com github: cMadan impactstory: 0000-0003-3228-6501 linkedin: cmadan orcid: 0000-0003-3228-6501 twitter: cMadan website: http://cmadan.com/ team: steering-committee
If you want to add a picture of you, you simply need to add an image in the
The image should be in a JPG format and have the same name as your YAML file in
_people (e.g chris_madan.yml -> chris_madan.jpg).
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