Clean knowledge sharing jekyll theme
_config.yml in your repository root, and add these lines:
title: Kieta # What you want subtitle: All hope is gone # Same as above author: YOUR_NAME_OR_ID # your name. twitter: username: YOUR_TWITTER_ID # your name. disqus: YOUR_DISQUS_SHORTNAME color: limegreen # web color remote_theme: mzyy94/jekyll-kieta-theme branch: master # where your github pages hosted branch permalink: /items/:title search_engine: https://www.google.com/search paginate: 5 paginate_path: "/page/:num" jekyll-mentions: https://twitter.com feed: path: /atom.xml exclude: - Gemfile - Gemfile.lock plugins: - jekyll-avatar - jekyll-paginate - jekyll-seo-tag - jekyll-mentions - jekyll-sitemap - jemoji - jekyll-feed # Add more you want markdown: kramdown kramdown: auto_ids: true entity_output: as_char toc_levels: 1..6 smart_quotes: lsquo,rsquo,ldquo,rdquo input: GFM hard_wrap: true footnote_nr: 1
Create posts or some independed pages. See jekyll official docs.
To set up your environment to develop this theme, run
Your theme is setup just like a normal Jekyll site! To test your theme, run
bundle exec jekyll serve and open your browser at
http://localhost:4000. This starts a Jekyll server using your theme. Add pages, documents, data, etc. like normal to test your theme's contents. As you make modifications to your theme and to your content, your site will regenerate and you should see the changes in the browser after a refresh, just like normal.
When your theme is released, only the files in
_sass tracked with Git will be released.
The theme is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.