HTML5 Boilerplate HAML is the HTML5 Boilerplate 4.0 adapted as a HAML Middleman 3.x project template with Susy 1.0 responsive grids ready to go, content using Markdown, SCSS organized with SMACSS, Coffeescript, Sprockets and more.
- Uses the HTML5 Boilerplate 4.0, converted to a Middleman/HAML workflow.
- Susy 1.0 responsive grids ready to go.
- SMACSS stylesheet organization
- Middleman Livereload: enabled for the generic 'middleman' command by default
- Smart Site/Page handling for titles and descriptions (via the Middleman Docs source
Middleman Favicon Maker: creates favicons and touch icons on build from
- Some good
Hopefully this will save people some time. Add any suggestions to the issue tracker.
Download and install into ~/.middleman (you'll have to create this directory if it's not already there). You can then use it with the
--template flag on
- Then create your new Middleman project:
middleman init my_new_project --template=html5bphaml
For more help follow Middleman's project template instructions.
This will soon be bundled with Middleman by default. Stay tuned.
Middleman HTML5 Boilerplate HAML documentation: A good overview of some of the small changes we made with this version of the HTML5 Boilerplate.
HTML5 Boilerplate documentation: Documentation that is included with the HTML5 Boilerplate. Note that some things (e.g. paths) will differ between this version of the HTML5 Boilerplate and the original.
This will likely work with Middleman 2.x, but it's optimized for Middleman 3.x. You might have a few manual tasks to perform (e.g. bundling after
middleman init, changing
Gemfile version numbers, etc.).
Have a better way of doing this? Jump on in. If there are better defaults to include in a Middleman workflow, add them in. This is just what I use (and continually update) as my standard default for Middleman Sites.