Team Schwessinger (Plant, Fungi, Evolution Lab) page
This is a repository for the Team Schwessinger lab page. We use Jekyll to run our Github page. We are welcome for other people to contribute to our site not just lab members. Feel free to fork and pull-request!
Run the page locally
To run locally, follow instruction here to install Jekyll then run
jekyll serve to see in
localhost:4000. Here is a brief install guidelines.
sudo gem install jekyll sudo gem install rouge jekyll serve
It's very easy to add post. All the posts are located in
_posts folder. It arrangement is based on
date. Each post can be written in markdown format. You just have to state headers before writing:
description will be shown when you share on social media like Facebook or twitter. See the following headers:
--- title: How to add a post to the website description: Instructions for adding a post to the Team Schwessinger lab page categories: everyone ---
We have 4 categories:
blog you can choose and this will be rendered to different location.
How to add posts
Directly edit on Github, you can simply go to
New filethen put some markdown file in the format
Year-Month-Day-Post-Name.mdand start writing blog post. Github also allows you to preview it so it's nice for people who don't want to clone the repo.
Clone the repository, kind of the same as directly add post on Github. You just have to clone the repository. Then add new post file, commit and push to the repo.
The changes will take approximately half a minute to render. You can see the new posts or changes on the Team Schwessinger lab page!
You can add yourself to the page in
_people folder just create file name
<firstname>_<lastname>.md in the folder. We require few line of header before you start writing your own page. See the following for the header
--- name: Benjamin Schwessinger position: pi avatar: Benjamin-Schwessinger.jpg twitter: @Schwessinger joined: 2008 ---
If you don't have information, just leave it blank. The avatar will bring photo from
images/people folder and display it on people page.
For lab position, you can choose position from 4 classes including
gradstudent (for Honours and Masters students),
projectstudent (for undergraduate students), and
staff. Position will put you into section that you choose.
Add new publications
All publications from the lab are located in
publications.md. Please upload new publication on your own!