pelican-svbhack is a responsive theme for Pelican, it is my hack of a svbtle-like theme.
You can see the theme in action.
- syntax highlighting for pre blocks
- supports google analytics and matomo
- custom list of links
- supports the readtime plugin
- no IE testing
- no custom menu
Clone the repository, edit your
pelicanconf.py and modify the
THEME variable to make it point to the downloaded theme location.
Supports a number of common global variables but patches are welcomed if you need better support.
GOOGLE_ANALYTICSto use Google Analytics, set this var to your UA-XYZ code
MATOMO_URLto use Matomo, set this var to your server, e.g. "analytics.example.com" (no protocol prefix)
MATOMO_SITE_IDto use Matomo, set this var to your site ID, e.g. "1"
USER_LOGO_URLto replace the logo placeholder, put your logo in content/images/your_logo.png and make this var point to
SITEURL + '/static/images/your_logo.png'
ROUND_USER_LOGOset this to
Trueto crop your logo to a circle and add a black border
HIDE_USER_LOGOset this to
Trueto hide the placeholder without adding your logo
USE_GENERIC_FONT_FAMILIESset this to
Trueto use generic font families and avoid using Google Fonts
DISQUS_SITENAMEset this to your Disqus sitename to enable disqus comments in articles
TAGLINEsome text rendered right below the logo
INTERNET_DEFENSE_LEAGUEset this to
Trueif you want to enable the Internet Defense League code
When developing locally, you may want to set the following variable:
SITEURL = http://localhost:8000
- Accent color can be changed by editing
- A different Pygmentize theme can be used by editing
pelican-svbhack is authored by Giulio Fidente.
Released under MIT License, full details in