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#
# This file contains configuration flags to customize your site
#
# Name of your site (displayed in the header)
name: Your Name
# Short bio or description (displayed in the header)
description: Web Developer from Somewhere
# URL of your avatar or profile pic (you could use your GitHub profile pic)
avatar: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/barryclark/jekyll-now/master/images/jekyll-logo.png
#
# Flags below are optional
#
# Includes an icon in the footer for each username you enter
footer-links:
dribbble:
email:
facebook:
flickr:
github: barryclark/jekyll-now
instagram:
linkedin:
pinterest:
rss: # just type anything here for a working RSS icon
twitter: jekyllrb
stackoverflow: # your stackoverflow profile, e.g. "users/50476/bart-kiers"
youtube: # channel/<your_long_string> or user/<user-name>
googleplus: # anything in your profile username that comes after plus.google.com/
# Enter your Disqus shortname (not your username) to enable commenting on posts
# You can find your shortname on the Settings page of your Disqus account
disqus:
# Enter your Google Analytics web tracking code (e.g. UA-2110908-2) to activate tracking
google_analytics:
# Your website URL (e.g. http://barryclark.github.io or http://www.barryclark.co)
# Used for Sitemap.xml and your RSS feed
url:
# If you're hosting your site at a Project repository on GitHub pages
# (http://yourusername.github.io/repository-name)
# and NOT your User repository (http://yourusername.github.io)
# then add in the baseurl here, like this: "/repository-name"
baseurl: ""
#
# !! You don't need to change any of the configuration flags below !!
#
permalink: /:title/
# The release of Jekyll Now that you're using
version: v1.2.0
# Jekyll 3 now only supports Kramdown for Markdown
kramdown:
# Use GitHub flavored markdown, including triple backtick fenced code blocks
input: GFM
# Jekyll 3 and GitHub Pages now only support rouge for syntax highlighting
syntax_highlighter: rouge
syntax_highlighter_opts:
# Use existing pygments syntax highlighting css
css_class: 'highlight'
# Set the Sass partials directory, as we're using @imports
sass:
style: :expanded # You might prefer to minify using :compressed
# Use the following plug-ins
gems:
- jekyll-sitemap # Create a sitemap using the official Jekyll sitemap gem
- jekyll-feed # Create an Atom feed using the official Jekyll feed gem
# Exclude these files from your production _site
exclude:
- Gemfile
- Gemfile.lock
- LICENSE
- README.md
- CNAME