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README.md

Nederburg theme for hugo

Nederburg is a fast and secure theme.

This Hugo theme was ported from competethemes.

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Installation

Go to the directory where you have your Hugo site and run:

$ mkdir themes
$ cd themes
$ git clone https://github.com/appernetic/hugo-nederburg-theme.git

For more information read the official setup guide of Hugo or use Appernetic.

Configuration

After installing the Nederburg theme successfully, we recommend you to take a look at the exampleSite directory. You will find a working Hugo site configured with the Nederburg theme that you can use as a starting point for your site.

First, let's take a look at the config.toml. It will be useful to learn how to customize your site. Feel free to play around with the settings.

Gravatar

To have an image in your author bio shown after posts, go to Gravatar and configure it and then add the email address that you have associated with it in the email section in settings:

email = "your@gravatar.email"

Style

Nederburg uses the minified production version of the style sheet from the wordpress version.

More style customizations?

Create css/custom.css in your <<base dir>>/static folder and add all your custom styling.

Comments

The optional comments system is powered by Disqus. If you want to enable comments, create an account in Disqus and write down your shortname in the config file.

disqusShortname = "your-disqus-short-name"

You can disable the comments system by leaving the disqusShortname empty.

Google Analytics

You can optionally enable Google Analytics. Type your tracking code in the ``.

googleAnalytics = "UA-XXXXX-X"

Leave the googleAnalytics key empty to disable it.

Make the contact form working

Since this page will be static, you can use formspree.io as proxy to send the actual email. Each month, visitors can send you up to one thousand emails without incurring extra charges. Begin the setup by following the steps below:

  1. Enter your email address under 'email' in the config.toml
  2. Upload the generated site to your server
  3. Send a dummy email yourself to confirm your account
  4. Click the confirm link in the email from formspree.io
  5. You're done. Happy mailing!

Multiple Writers Features

Thanks to Lukas Herman's PR there is now a multiple writers feature. In order to support multiple writers, an extra key, "writers" is added, in config.toml. The format looks like the following:

  [params.writers."Göran Svensson"]
    link = "https://appernetic.io/"
    email = "goran@molnsys.com"
    bio = [
      "Göran is an avid blogger and the founder of <a href='https://appernetic.io/'>Appernetic.io</a>. This is the author bio shown after posts."
    ]
    facebook      = "full Göran profile url in facebook"
    googleplus    = "full profile url in googleplus"
    twitter       = "full profile url in twitter"
    linkedin      = "full profile url in linkedin"
    stackoverflow = "full profile url in stackoverflow"
    instagram     = "full profile url in instagram"
    github        = "full profile url in github"
    pinterest     = "full profile url in pinterest"

Now you must have an author in the config for the author bio section to be visible. If you have a writer and set it in the markdown file it will override the author in the config. See the exampleSite folder for a working solution.

Nearly finished

In order to see your site in action, run Hugo's built-in local server.

$ hugo server

Now enter localhost:1313 in the address bar of your browser.

Things to do and not (yet) implemented

  • Add the possibility for a description for each category.
  • Add pagination to the front page.
  • Add dropdown menu option to the left sub menu.
  • Add previous next pagination in blog post.
  • Add a search function.
  • Do a SEO check of site structure and code
  • Page speed check
  • Add a default favicon
  • Check that Disqus don’t break anything.

Contributing

Have you found a bug or got an idea for a new feature? Feel free to use the issue tracker to let me know. Or make directly a pull request.

License

This port is released under the MIT License.

Thanks

Thanks to Steve Francia for creating Hugo and the awesome community around the project. And also thanks to competethemes for creating this awesome theme.

Sponsors

List of all the great people and organisations that help us fund this open source work.

If you want to help support check out my Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/appernetic

Timothy D. Swieter