A nifty boilerplate for Jekyll made magnificent with the help of Bulma.
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- updated font-awesome to 5.7.1
- updated google analytics
- now using beacon transport for ga
- improved home page
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- improved README.md
- fixed maintainers message in footer
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jekyll-bulma-boilerplate

A nifty boilerplate for Jekyll made magnificent with the help of Bulma.

Demo

jekyll-bulma-boilerplate

Features

Dependencies

  1. Install bundler gem install bundler
  2. Install bower npm install -g bower

Getting Started

$ bundle install
$ bower install
$ jekyll serve

Deploy to Github Pages from Travis

  1. Point Travis to repository
  2. Configure Travis
  3. Generate a Personal Access Token from Github
  • The only scope needed is repo:public_repo
  1. Set GITHUB_API=<token> on Travis
  • Make sure Display value in build log toggle is set to Off!