The theme uses skeleton to provide a responsive layout so even looks great on mobile devices!
It comes with a download button, syntax highlighting and a section at the bottom to credit yourself with.
To install the theme to the
gh-pages branch of your repository just run the following line. Remember, this will create a new branch called
gh-pages wiping any current branch called
git remote add gh-pages-theme firstname.lastname@example.org:fublo/gh-pages-theme.git; git fetch gh-pages-theme; git checkout -b gh-pages gh-pages-theme/master;
Alternatively you can just download and extract this zip.
So this will:
- Add the remote
gh-pages-themewhich points to the themes repository.
- Fetch the repository.
- Create the new branch
gh-pagesfrom the fetched data.
You will need to configure the following elements.
- The GitHub ribbons - Located near the bottom of the HTML. You can change the colour and link
- The download button link
- The pages title tag
- All content, examples, descriptions etc. Leaving lorum ipsum laying about does not look good. This includes the first part of the footer, please leave the very last line.
Works perfectly in the following browsers.
- Firefox 4+ (syntax highlighting is broken below)
- Internet Explorer 7+ (6 begins to break down with image transparency and alignment issues)
A clean concise theme for your GitHub projects
Copyright (C) 2011 Fublo Ltd
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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