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README.md

Ape. A Bootstrap theme for Jekyll.

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This is a Jekyll port of the Apes Portfolio theme. Visit the live demo for a preview.

##Usage This theme can be customized, built and published straight from GitHub, thanks to GitHub Pages. A local installation of Jekyll isn't even necessary!

Fork this repository to get started. ####Customize
Most general settings and data like site name, colors, address, etc. can be configured and changed right in the main config file: /_config.yml The content of the Home page can be changed here: /home.html The content of the About page can be changed here: /about.html The content of the Portfolio page can be changed here:/portfolio.html The content of the Gallery page can be changed here:/gallery.html ####Add content
Delete the demo content and publish your own content. #####Blog post Create a Blog post by creating a file called yyyy-mm-dd-name-of-post-like-this.markdown in the /_posts/blog/ directory with the following template:

---
layout: post          #important: don't change this
title: "Name of post like this"
date: yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss
author: Name
categories:
- blog                #important: leave this here
- category1
- category2
- ...
img: post01.jpg       #place image with this name in /assets/img/blog/
---
This text will appear in the excerpt "post preview" on the Blog page that lists all the posts.
<!--more-->
This text will not be shown in the excerpt because it is after the excerpt separator.

#####Project post Create a Project post to go in your Portfolio by creating a file called yyyy-mm-dd-name-of-the-project.markdown in the /_posts/project/ directory with the following template:

---
layout: project       #important: don't change this
title:  "Name of the project"
date: yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss
author: Name
categories:
- project             #important: leave this here
img: portfolio_10.jpg #place image with this name in /assets/img/project/
---
####This is a heading
This is a regular paragraph. Write as much as you like.

####Publish To publish with GitHub Pages, simply create a branch called gh-pagesin your repository. GitHub will build your site automatically and publish it at http://yourusername.github.io/repositoryname/.
If there are problems with loading assets like CSS files and images, make sure that the baseurl in the _config.ymlis set correctly (it should say /repositoryname).

If you want to host your website somewhere else than GitHub (or just would like to customize and build your site locally), please check out the Jekyll documentation.