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INSTALLATION

Dependencies

Gravity uses Jekyll and it's built-in SCSS compiler for the associated CSS, so the first thing you'll need is Jekyll itself:

$ gem install jekyll

In case you don't have the bundler gem installed already, you can install it as follows:

$ gem install bundler

For pagination, Gravity uses the jekyll-paginate gem :

$ gem install jekyll-paginate

Usage

Once you have the required gems, you can go ahead and clone the Gravity repository or download a zip of the master branch.

Run :

$ jekyll serve

Jekyll should now be generating your content!


Adding posts

The theme by default ships with starter posts located in _posts/. Delete these posts and add your content to the _posts folder to see them being served up by Jekyll. This would be a good guide to getting started on writing posts using Jekyll. We've added a concise guide below:

  • Create a .markdown file inside _posts folder.
  • Name the file according to the format YY-MM-DD-[short name for your post].
  • 2016-03-30-i-love-design.markdown
  • Write the Front Matter and content in the file.

FORMAT

---
layout: post | default | page
title: String POST TITLE
date: Time Stamp
categories: String | Array of Strings CATEGORY / CATEGORIES
---

---
layout: post
title: "The One with the Blackout"
date: 2016-03-30 19:45:31 +0530
categories: ["life", friends]
---

CREATE PAGES

  • Create a .md file in the root directory.
  • Name the file with the desired page link name. about.md design.md
  • Write the Front Matter and content in the file.

###FORMAT

---
layout: page
title: String TITLE OF THE WEBPAGE
permalink: / String / PERMALINK FOR THE WEBPAGE
tagline: String OPTIONAL GRAVITY FEATURE : TAGLINE FOR THE PAGE
---

---
layout: page
title: "Science"
permalink: /science/
tagline: "Humanity is overrated."
---

####Introducing

ARCHIVE PAGES

You can display a list of all the posts corresponding to a particular category on a standalone page using the ARCHIVE layout.

  • Create a .md file in the root directory.
  • Name the file. Preferred name will be the name of the category. *life.md
  • Write the Front Matter and content in the file.

###FORMAT

---
layout: archive ARCHIVE PAGE LAYOUT
title: String TITLE OF THE WEBPAGE
permalink: / String / PERMALINK FOR THE WEBPAGE
tagline: String TAGLINE FOR THE PAGE
category: String NAME OF THE CATEGORY OF WHICH THE PAGE WILL SHOW POSTS
---

---
layout: archive
title: "Design"
permalink: "Design"
tagline: "It's all about perception"
category: "design"
---

DIRECTORY STRUCTURE

├── css                                         # => Output of the combined SASS files
│   └── style.scss
├── _includes                                   # => Contains partials that can be used with your layouts
│   ├── footer.html
│   ├── header.html
│   ├── head.html
│   ├── icon-github.html
│   ├── icon-github.svg
│   ├── icon-twitter.html
│   └── icon-twitter.svg
├── _layouts                                    # => Layout related HTML files
│   ├── archive.html
│   ├── default.html
│   ├── page.html
│   └── post.html
├── _posts                                      # => posts, dynamic content. Follow the format: YEAR-MONTH-DAY-title.MARKUP
│   ├── 2016-03-30-design-stories.markdown
│   ├── 2016-03-30-science0.markdown
│   ├── 2016-03-30-science.markdown
│   └── 2016-03-30-welcome-to-jekyll.markdown
└── _sass                                       # => SASS partials for styling
|   ├── _base.scss
|   ├── _layout.scss
|   └── _syntax-highlighting.scss
├── about.md
├── _config.yml                                 # => Configuration options or flags for your site go here
├── design.md
├── download.md
├── feed.xml
├── index.html
├── LICENSE.txt                                 # => Licensing information
├── README.md
└── science.md