What is this?
Clio is a template and theme based on danromero.org. This repository is designed to be hosted on GitHub Pages with Jekyll. You can read more about the GitHub Pages + Jekyll integration. Out-of-the-box the template supports:
- A homepage that displays a brief introduction and the most recent blog posts in reverse chronological order.
- An about page located at
- A sample blog post.
- An RSS feed for all of the blog posts.
How to set up
- Clone the repository. Delete
screenshot.pngfrom the main folder.
_config.yml. Replace the sample text for title, email, description, url, and twitter.
- Enable GitHub Pages in the repository's settings. If you are planning to use a custom domain, you can also set that up on the settings page.
- Add future posts as Markdown
(.md)files to the
_postsfolder. GitHub Pages will automatically generate the HTML.
- Add future pages (like the
/about/page) as Markdown
(.md)files to the main folder. GitHub Pages will automatically generate the HTML.
- Update the images in the
/assets/folder. If you don't, your site will be represented by a purple square.
- Add future images to the
Open Graph images
The template is set up to support Open Graph images for services like Twitter. Be sure to add the image name in the front matter of the blog posts and the images should be uploaded to the
/assets/og/ folder. The Hello World! sample post has a functioning example.
default.html layout right above the