Ape. A Bootstrap theme for Jekyll.
##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.
Most general settings and data like site name, colors, address, etc. can be configured and changed right in the main config file:
The content of the Home page can be changed here:
The content of the About page can be changed here:
The content of the Portfolio page can be changed here:
The content of the Gallery page can be changed here:
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.
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.
To publish with GitHub Pages, simply create a branch called
gh-pagesin your repository. GitHub will build your site automatically and publish it at
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
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.