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# This is an example configuration file for Plerd!
# Use it as a model to create a new config file in your Plerd installation's
# conf/ subdirectory (where this here file probably lives already), and name
# this file plerd.conf.
#####################
# Required setup
#####################
# Values for these fields are all required for Plerd to work properly.
base_uri: http://blog.example.com/
path: /home/me/Dropbox/plerd/
title: My Cool Blog
author_name: Sam Handwich
author_email: s.handwich@example.com
######################
# Social-media setup
######################
# Fill in these values in order to activate Open Graph and Twitter Card support
# for your Plerd-based blog.
# facebook_id: Your blogs's Facebook App ID number.
# If you define this, then Plerd will try to generate Open Graph
# metatags on each post's webpage.
# (Yes, you need to register your blog as an "app" on Facebook for
# this. Don't look at me, I don't decide how that stuff works.)
facebook_id: 123456789876543212345678987654321
# twitter_id: The Twitter username to associate with this blog.
# If you define this, then Plerd will try to generate Twitter Card
# metatags on each post's webpage.
# (Don't include the leading '@', please.)
twitter_id: MyBlogsTwitterUsername
# image: Your blog's "logo", used as a fallback image for posts that do not
# define an image themselves.
# Optional, but if you don't define this, then posts without their
# own image attributes won't get any social-media metatags.
image: http://blog.example.com/images/blog_logo.png
# image_alt: A text description of your image, equivalent to the "alt" attribute
# in HTML <img> tags, and useful for visually impaired visitors to
# your blog.
# Optional, but if you define an image, you should define this too.
image_alt: "My Cool Blog's logo -- a photograph of Fido, the author's gray tabby cat."
######################
# Split-location setup
######################
# If you don't want to keep all of Plerd's required directories under a single
# master directory (configured withe the "path" directive, as seen above), then
# you can define the directories with these separate directives instead:
#
# source_path: /home/me/Dropbox/plerd/source
# publication_path: /var/www/html/blog/
# template_path: /yet/another/path/templates
# database_path: /opt/plerd/db