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AzerothJS is an open source blog engine running on static file servers such as Github Pages or any web hosting.

In short: 100% client-side JavaScript.

Live demo

Check out the live demo here

What makes AzerothJS cool?

  • Super lightweight
  • No installation needed
  • No server side code
  • Made for Github Pages
  • Easy to customization
  • Static HTML Generator

How to use?

Run locally

  1. Clone this project to your computer
  2. Start simple HTTP server with Python:


python -m SimpleHTTPServer 3000


python -m http.server 3000
  1. Your blog now available at http://localhost:3000

Use with Github Pages

  1. Create your Github Pages
  2. Clone this project and push it to your Github Pages
  3. Every time you want to write, create a new *.md file in posts folder and write with your favorite Markdown Editor
  4. Modify posts/, list your posts here
  5. Commit and push everything here. Done!

Use with other web host

  1. Clone this project to your computer
  2. Create a new post in *.md format and save to posts folder
  3. Upload the everything to your web host
  4. Done

Two display mode

Azeroth has 2 display mode: Live Markdown and Static HTML.

If you point your browser to, Live Markdown mode will be used to render HTML content directly from Markdown file.

One problem of Live Markdown is: it's unable to display the content when you share the site on social networks like Facebook or Twitter. To solve this issue, we use Static HTML. After generating static HTML content, you can access your post at

How to generate Static HTML

Run this script in your root folder:

node generator.js

The script will automatically convert all *.md files in /posts folder to *.html.

Now you can list your HTML pages in instead of markdown files.

How to customize?

Change code highlighting theme

The original theme for the code highlighting is Tomorrow Night. If you don't like it, there are many pre-installed themes inside css/highlight folder. Pick one and replace to line 6 of index.html:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="./css/highlight/tomorrow-night.css">

Change the font family

The original font for the blog is Roboto Slab. You can change the new font by replacing line 4 of index.html:

<link href=',300&subset=latin,vietnamese' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>

And change the font in css/theme.css:

* {
    font-family: 'Roboto Slab', serif;
    font-size: 20px;
    font-weight: 100;

Insert your Social links

There are some social icon links in footer, put your own one by edit the index.html:

<div class="footer">
    <p>Created with <a href="">azeroth.js</a></p>
    <div class="social">
        <a href="#"><i class="icon-facebook-squared"></i></a>
        <a href="#"><i class="icon-twitter-squared"></i></a>
        <a href="#"><i class="icon-linkedin-squared"></i></a>
        <a href="#"><i class="icon-github-squared"></i></a>
        <a href="#"><i class="icon-mail-alt"></i></a>

Night Theme

Change your CSS link in both the index.html and template.html to this:

<link href="./css/night-theme.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">

Google Analytics

In the end of index.html and template.html, there is a line:

ga('create', 'Insert-Your-GA-ID-Here', 'auto');

Replace Insert-Your-GA-ID-Here with your Google Analytics ID to start monitoring your blog.

Uhmmm, you made it, but did you use it?

Yes, I'm using it for my personal blog (, it's in Vietnamese.

If you prefer to read English version, Goole Translate can help (




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