Octopress theme based on twitter bootstrap
CSS JavaScript
Latest commit de5c6e1 Nov 24, 2014 @potatola potatola Merge pull request #19 from potatola/master
>Fix some problems according to the 'classic' theme
Just small fixes, and tested fine.

README.md

Bootstrap theme

Prerequisites

Please check that you have a recent version of compass installed in octopress' bundle (see Gemfile.lock in your octopress directory and run bundle update if necessary), otherwise, you might get errors similar to those reported in issue #7. Compass version 0.12.1 is known to work.

Installation

 $ git clone git://github.com/bkutil/bootstrap-theme.git bootstrap-theme

Copy the bootstrap-theme into your blog's octopress .theme directory:

 $ cp -R bootstrap-theme $MY_OCTOBLOG/.themes/bootstrap

Currently, version of sass least 3.2 is needed due to requirements of twitter-bootstrap-sass:

 $ gem list| grep sass
 sass (3.2.4)

To update, run bundle update sass in your octopress directory. Make sure to remove the older versions of sass, as compass might pick one of those up and site generation would fail.

 $ bundle update sass
 $ gem remove sass -v3.1.20

Install the theme and generate site:

 $ rake install['bootstrap'] (rake install[bootstrap] if you are using zsh)
 $ rake generate

Code snippet colors

Theme utilizes the solarized color scheme for code snippets. By default, the bootstrap variant is selected, but light/dark colors can be used by setting the $solarized variable in sass/syntax/_higlight.scss.

Patches welcome!

This is a first draft only. Any ideas, suggestions or improvements are welcome.

Demo

Latest code from master branch is running at this demo site.