It's another Jekyll static site generator theme for classic books (e.g. Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde, A Tale of Two Cities, The Trial, etc.) that is, a ready-to-fork template pack.
├── _config.yml # book configuration ├── _chapters # sample chapters | ├── 01.md | ├── 02.md | ├── ... | └── 10.md ├── _layouts | └── default.html # master layout template ├── css | ├── _settings.scss # style settings (e.g. variables) | └── style.scss # master style page └── index.html # all-in-one page book template
will result in an all-in-one book page:
└── _site # output build folder; site gets generated here ├── css | └── style.css # styles for pages (copied 1:1 as is) └── index.html # all-in-one book page
How-to Build Your Own Book
Step 1: Add your chapters to the
Replace all text files in the
_chapters folder with your own.
Step 2: Add the book title and author in the
Next change the book title and author in the
title: Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde author: name: Robert Louis Stevenson
with your own book title and author name. That's it. Happy reading.
See a live demo @
See the Dr. Jekyll's Themes directory.
More Quick Starter Wizard Scripts
See the Mr. Hyde's Scripts library.
Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Mr. Utterson the lawyer was a man of a rugged countenance, that was never lighted by a smile; cold, scanty and embarrassed in discourse; backward in sentiment; lean, long, dusty, dreary, and yet somehow lovable.
- Story of the Door - (Source)
- Search for Mr. Hyde - (Source)
- Dr. Jekyll was Quite at Ease - (Source)
- The Carew Murder Case - (Source)
- Incident of the Letter - (Source)
- Remarkable Incident of Dr. Lanyon - (Source)
- Incident at the Window - (Source)
- The Last Night - (Source)
- Dr. Lanyon's Narrative - (Source)
- Henry Jekyll's Full Statement of the Case - (Source)
More Free World Classics in Plain Text (.txt)
- worldclassics @ GitHub - more ready-to-use free world (literature) classics e.g. The Trial by Franz Kafka, etc.
- Project Gutenberg - the world's biggest free classics book library in plain text; more than 40,000+ books collected since 1971
The theme is dedicated to the public domain. Use it as you please with no restrictions whatsoever.
Post them to the wwwmake forum. Thanks!