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New theme: Adam & Eve #407

blankoworld opened this Issue Aug 14, 2018 · 1 comment


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blankoworld commented Aug 14, 2018

Theme submission


I'm happy to suggest a new theme called Adam & Eve. It's a wiki-like. I think it was missing in Hugo Theme repository.

I make it very simple, clean and responsive (as far as I know). I'm not a designer, that's why I make it so simple 😅.

Here is the link to the repository:

I use it for 2 wiki I migrated from Dokuwiki to Hugo.

I made sure that...

  • the repository contains a good describing my theme
  • an open source license has been added to
  • all metadata have been added to theme.toml
  • screenshots have been added in the images/ folder with the required dimensions
  • in case I'm using a customized demo via the exampleSite folder that
    • is set as base url in exampleSite/config.{toml, yaml, json} to avoid the abuse of unused domains
    • the site's content is as neutral as possible (contains no ads etc.) and reflects the features of my theme
  • I tested my theme against the gohugoio/HugoBasicExample
    • I've checked the developer tools' console in my browser for error messages
  • in case my theme is using Hugo Pipes features like toCSS and PostCSS that I have committed the /resources directory with all generated assets, for my theme to work in the basic version of Hugo

=> There is no "toCSS" or "PostCSS" in my theme.


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digitalcraftsman commented Aug 21, 2018

Hello Olivier,

thank you for sharing this theme with the Hugo community. Your theme should be listed soon on the themes site.

Furthermore, I'll promote your theme on Hugo's official Twitter account.


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