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README.md

Haven

Travis (.org) Github All Releases GitHub

A Ghost theme. Demo!

haven

Features

  • Responsive layout
  • Post search (Custom implemented)
  • Translatable
  • Sidebar (optionally affixed)
  • Featherlight (Image lightbox, optional)
  • Multiple post layouts (see post layout)
  • Syntax highlighting

See Customization to enable/disable optional features.

Installation

From Releases

  1. Unzip the theme directory to <ghost directory>/content/themes/haven
  2. Done.

From GitHub

  1. Clone the repository to <ghost directory>/content/themes/haven
  2. Run npm i to install dependencies
  3. Build the theme by running npm run build
  4. Done.

Customization

Important: Every change within the the assets directory requires you to rebuild the theme.

Keep in mind that customization is only available if you do have access to the source files, meaning that you need to clone the repository instead of just downloading the released theme.

General theme options

Sadly Ghost doesn't support custom theme options; but it's still easy to en- or disable features shipped with this theme. Open the assets/js/index.js file and see the initialization of the Theme class and change to your needs:

(new Theme()).init({
  logoSwitcher: true,
  navbarBgAlpha: true,
  affixSidebar: true,
  featherlight: true
});
  • logoSwitcher: swaps your publication logo to the navbar as soon as you've scrolled past it.
  • navbarBgAlpha: changes the alpha of the navbar background according to your scroll position. Alpha is set to 1 as soon as you're at the end of the header.
  • affixSidebar: sticks your sidebar to the viewport when scrolling past it.
  • featherlight: turns images within your posts to responsive image lightboxes.

Primary theme color

Styling-related things are implemented via SASS which makes it easy to change colors or other styles without having to write additional code.

Open assets/sass/_base.scss and change everything to your needs.

Post layout

There are two different post styles available for post previews; a compact one and a more feature image centric one.

Compact Non compact
compact_true compact_false

To switch between these layouts set the $compact-preview-layout variable to true/false in assets/_base.scss.

Syntax highlighting

Syntax highlighting is powered by Prism. By default it uses the Okaidia theme and supports the following languages: Javascript, CSS, Markup, C-like, Typescript, PHP, SASS/SCSS, Twig, YAML and Bash.

Extending the supported languages or changing the theme can easily be done by modifying the prismjs in the .babelrc file.

In case you don't need the Syntax highlighting at all simply remove these lines from assets/js/index.js:

import Prism from 'prismjs';
Prism.highlightAll();

Development

Locale development

  1. Clone the repository to <ghost directory>/content/themes/haven
  2. Install npm dependencies with npm i
  3. Run npm run dev to start webpack with the --watch flag
  4. SASS and JS will be automatically compiled after changes

Testing

The theme is tested against

  • gscan (npm run gscan)
  • sass-lint (npm run sass-lint)
  • eslint (npm run eslint)

Alternatively you can run npm test to test all of the above.

Building

To build the theme simply run npm run build. This will run webpack in production, which will automatically take care of asset optimization (aka minification and uglification).

F.A.Q.

  1. How does the post search work?

It's a client-side custom implementation based on lunr.js (see here).

  1. Where to report issues / request features?

Use the GitHub issue tracker.

  1. I've done a thing, do you accept Pull requests?

Sure. Just make sure tests are succeeding.

  1. How to add comments?

The post.hbs template provides a comment placeholder section which is commented out by default (section id is comments). Use this placeholder and paste your comment code there.

Author & License

Created by nehalist.io - Released under the MIT license.