A enhanced version of Cocoa. Consistent, responsive theme with clean typography.
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Cocoa Enhanced

MIT License

Cocoa Enhanced is a clean and responsive Hugo theme with cool typograhy. The main goal of this theme is to be simple but highly customizable.

You can use this theme either for your blog or your personnal website. A demo is available here.

This is a fork from the original Cocoa theme, with some improvements.


Table of Contents


  • Suited for blogging and personal webpages.
  • Possibility to have sections with a header and a list of articles.
  • Possibility to have single pages.
  • Homepage with latest and best posts
  • Syntax highlighting with hightlightjs.
  • Progressive images.
  • Twitter cards support.
  • Disqus support.
  • Responsive and blazing fast.

Differences from the original Cocoa

This theme is less minimalist than the original Cocoa, with some new features :

  • Displays a logo on the side of the header, and there is a title different from the author name.
  • Very modulable with sections and single pages.
  • Group articles by month and year.
  • Progressive images.
  • Fonts are different : stronger and sharper, with a clear identity.
  • The font size in articles is higher, the text justified and lines are more spaced.
  • More features.

Getting Started

From the root of your Hugo site, clone the theme into themes/cocoa-eh by running:

git clone https://github.com/fuegowolf/cocoa-eh-hugo-theme.git themes/cocoa-eh

Then, generate your site's files by running:

hugo -t cocoa-eh

If you want a simple blog you can just use the exampleSite, however if you desire a more complex website you can build it with the wiki.


Pull requests, bug fixes, and new features are welcome!

  1. Fork the repository
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request on GitHub


Licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for more details.