Project Zeppelin / GDG DevFest 2014 site template
Project Zeppelin allows you to setup awesome GDG DevFest site in 5 minutes.
Project is built on top of Jekyll - simple, blog-aware, static site generator. Jekyll also happens to be the engine behind GitHub Pages, which means you can use Jekyll to host your website from GitHub’s servers for free. Learn more about Jekyll.
Template is brought by GDG Lviv team.
- Easy to setup
- Simple and responsive design
- Integrated speakers and sessions management
- SVG icons
- SEO friendly
- Fork this repo
- Clone locally
- Select what content blocks do you need
- Push changes to
- Enjoy your awesome DevFest site at
http://[your github name].github.io/zeppelin/
gem install bundler
and run next command from root folder:
To start Jekyll run:
jekyll serve -w
Site will be available at http://127.0.0.1:4000/zeppelin/ or http://localhost:4000/zeppelin/ (on Windows)
NOTE: in this mode all changes to html and data files will be automatically regenerated, but after changing
_config.yml you have to restart server.
Note: You need to install Node.js
To watch changes of
.sass files and compile it to the
.css on a fly change property
safe: true to
safe: false in
Note: It works only on local machine, because GitHub runs Jekyll in
Learn more about Sass development from documentation.
Resource optimizations (optional)
But for Mac OS users available amazing tool - imageoptim. Thanks @raphaelsavina for link.
Optimize all images by running this script from
all_image_optimization.bat -d -jtran -pout -pquant -optip -gsicle -svgo
To minify CSS and JS run
minify_js.bat (for Windows) and
minify_js.sh (for Linux and MacOS) from
Learn more about available optimization options from documentation.
Quick-start guide is not enough? Checkout full documentation.
Who is using template?
Going to use template? Go on! The only thing we ask - let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can include you to this list, or make a pull request.
Project is published under the MIT license. Feel free to clone and modify repo as you want, but don't forget to add reference to authors :)