Fresh: a responsive Pelican theme that uses HTML5
You can watch a live demo for the Fresh theme here.
- Google Analytics
- DISQUS comment system
- Custom link lists
- Social widgets
- "Fork me on GitHub" ribbon
- Google Custom Search Engine -- use this as your search bar!
- Hide categories from menu
- Syntax highlighting for code blocks
The Fresh theme supports most built-in global variables of Pelican. There are also theme-specific global variables that allow you to add a search bar or to hide categories from menu.
Built-in Global Variables
The theme supports most Pelican built-in global variables, and some of them are listed below.
LINKS = (('name1', 'url1'), ('name2', 'url2'))
SOCIAL = (('name1', 'url1'), ('name2', 'url2'))
Refer to Pelican's documentation of settings for description of these global variables.
Theme-specific Global Variables
The theme also provides these global variables:
GOOGLE_CUSTOM_SEARCH = 'your search engine unique ID'
The Fresh theme allows you to use Google Custom Search Engine as the search engine for your static website.
Find the search engine unique ID of your customized search engine in Google Custom Search Engine's control panel. Assign this ID to the
GOOGLE_CUSTOM_SEARCHvariable in your configuration, and a Google custom search bar will appear in the navigation bar.
HIDE_CATEGORIES_FROM_MENU = True
If you want to hide categories from menu, you can do so by setting
Truein your configuration.
SHARETHIS_PUB_KEY = 'your ShareThis Pub Key'
The Fresh theme allows you to use ShareThis for social plugins.
Find the Pub Key of your ShareThis Account in ShareThis's Account Dashboard. Assign this ID to the
SHARETHIS_PUB_KEYvariable in your configuration, and two rows of social plugin buttons will appear before and after your article respectively.
Copyright (c) 2013, Jui-Shan Liang <email@example.com>
All rights reserved.
Licensed under GPL v2.