«NexT» is a high quality elegant Hexo theme. It is crafted from scratch with love.
The simplest way to install is to clone the entire repository:
$ cd hexo $ git clone https://github.com/theme-next/hexo-theme-next themes/next
Or you can see detailed installation instructions if you want any other variant.
In NexT config now you can find dependencies on each module which was moved to external repositories which can be found by main organization link.
For example, if you want to enable
pjax on your site, go to NexT config and see:
# Easily enable fast Ajax navigation on your website. # Dependencies: https://github.com/theme-next/theme-next-pjax pjax: false
Then turn on
pjax and go to «Dependencies» link with installation instructions of this module.
If you use CDN for any plugins, you need to replace your CDN link.
For example, if you want to use
mediumzoom and you configured a CDN link, go to NexT config and see:
vendors: # ... # Some contents... # ... mediumzoom: # Set or update mediumzoom CDN URL.
Instead of defining main organization link for updates.
You can update to latest master branch by the following command:
$ cd themes/next $ git pull
And if you see any error message during update (something like «Commit your changes or stash them before you can merge»), recommended to learn Hexo data files feature.
However, you can bypass update errors by using the
Reset commands for local changes. See here how to do it.
If you want to update from v5.1.x to the latest version, read this.
- Follow us with Telegram Channel for latest news.
- Join our Telegram / Gitter / Riot chats.
- Add or improve translation in few seconds.
- Visit the Awesome NexT list.
- Report a bug in GitHub Issues.
- Request a new feature on GitHub.
- Vote for popular feature requests.
We welcome you to join the development of NexT. Please see contributing document.
Also, we welcome Issue or PR to official-plugins.
«NexT» send special thanks to these great services that sponsor our core infrastructure:
GitHub allows us to host the Git repository, Netlify allows us to distribute the documentation.
Crowdin allows us to translate conveniently the documentation.
Codacy allows us to monitor code quality, Travis CI allows us to run the test suite.