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Content centric Hugo blogging dark theme styled with Tufte-CSS

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# Tufte Hugo Theme

Hugo-Tufte is a minimalist blog-like theme for the static site generator Hugo that attempts to be a faithful implementation of the Tufte-css project. It supports mathematical typesetting via MathJax. By utilizing copious partial templates the theme is largely customizable.

## Math

Mathjax renders LaTeX written inside of markdown files. LaTeX can be written more or less as normal, but inline and display environments that start with \ must be escaped. Some examples:

• This $\LaTeX$ will be rendered inline.
• This \$$\LaTeX\$$ will be rendered inline.
• A simple displayed equation: $$f(x, y) := e^{x^2 - y^2}.$$
• A simple displayed equation: \$f(x, y) := e^{x^2 - y^2}.\$

There currently seems to be some weirdness with other environments, such as the align environment. These environments will render provided they are wrapped in <p> tags and blank lines. The snippet below should render correctly.

Let $G$ be a finite group with exponent $2$.  Then every element is
an involution, hence for any $x$, $y$ in $G$ we have:

<p>
\begin{align*}
e &= (xy)^2  \\
&=xyxy \implies \\
y^{-1} &= xyx \implies \\
y^{-1}x^{-1} &= xy,
\end{align*}
</p>

establishing that $G$ is abelian.


## Site Parameters

The site specific parameters that this theme recognizes are:

• subtitle string: This is displayed under the main title.
• showPoweredBy boolean: if true, display a shoutout to Hugo and this theme.
• copyrightHolder string: Inserts the value in the default copyright notice.
• copyright string: Custom copyright notice.

## Page Parameters

• hideDate boolean: if true, do not display a page date. When meta is set to true, hideDate takes greater precedence.
• hideReadTime boolean: if true, do not display the page's reading time estimate. When meta is set to true, hideReadTime takes greater precedence.
• math boolean: if true, try to render the page's LaTeX code using MatheJax.
• meta boolean: if true, display page metadata such as author, date, categories provided these page parameters exist and are not overridden. Content in the /post directory, (i.e., pages of type "post") ignore this parameter.
• toc boolean: if true, display the table of contents for the page.

## Shortcodes

This theme provides the following shortcodes in an attempt to completely support all the features present in the Tufte-css project.

• blockquote

• Description: Wrap text in a blockquote and insert optional cite or footer metadata.
• Usage: Accepts the named parameters cite and footer.
• Example:
{{% blockquote cite="www.shawnohare.com" footer="Shawn" %}}
There is nothing more beautiful than an elegant mathematical proof.
{{% /blockquote %}}
• div

• Description: This shortcode is provided as a work-around for wrapping complex blocks of markdown in div tags. The wrapped text can include other shortcodes
• Usage: Identical to the section shortcode. Accepts the style parameters class and id. If only the positional argument "end" is passed, a closing tag will be inserted.
• Example: {{< div class="my-class" >}} inserts a <div class="my-class"> tag, while {{<div "end" >}} inserts the closing </div> tag.
• epigraph

• Description: Create an epigraph with the wrapped text.
• Usage: To include a footer with source attribution, pass in the optional named parameters pre, cite, post. These parameters make no styling assumptions, so spacing is important. A more compactly styled epigraph will be used if the type parameter is set to compact.
• Example:
{{% epigraph pre="Author Writer, " cite="Math is Fun" %}}
This is an example of an epigraph with some math
\$$\mathbb N \subseteq \mathbb R \$$
to start the beginning of a section.
{{% /epigraph %}}

• marginnote

• Description: Wrap text to produce a numberless margin note.
• Usage: Accepts a required positional argument that is the margin note id. {{% marginnote "<margin note id>"" %}}...{{% /marginnote %}}
• Example: {{% marginnote "mn-example" %}}Some marginnote{{% /marginnote%}}
• section

• Description: This shortcode is provided as a work-around for wrapping complex blocks of markdown in section tags. The wrapped text can include other shortcodes
• Usage: Accepts the style parameters class and id. If only the positional argument "end" is passed, a closing tag will be inserted.
• Example: {{< section class="my-class" >}} inserts a <section class="my-class"> tag, while {{<section "end" >}} inserts the closing </section> tag.
• sidenote

• Description: Wrap text to produce an automatically numbered sidenote.
• Usage: identical to marginnote. Accepts a required positional argument that is the side note id. {{% sidenote "<side note id>"" %}}...{{% /sidenote %}}
• Example: {{% sidenote "sn-example" %}}Some sidenote{{% /sidenote %}}`

## Templates

TODO

• Describe the role of each template file, as commenting within the files themselves seems to break the templates.

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