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README.md

Dragon Theme

Dragon Theme Logo

This is a simple and cool theme for Jekyll, made for developers that want to write blog posts but don't want create a theme from scratch.

Features:

  • Jekyll
  • Gulp
  • Sass/Scss
  • Font icons
  • Small (39.3kb of CSS and 8.8kb of JS initially)
  • Offcanvas menu
  • Live search
  • Categories page
  • About page
  • Series page
  • Tags page
  • Feed RSS
  • Info and colors are easy to customize!
  • Sitemap.xml

Screenshot

Getting Started

  1. Install Jekyll
  2. Clone or fork the Dragon Theme
  3. Edit _config.yml to personalize your site.
  4. Check out the sample post in _posts to see examples for assigning all of the data.
  5. Read the documentation below for customization.
  6. Compile your assets files with Gulp.

Settings

You have to set some infos on _config.yml to customize your site/blog.

# Site settings
baseurl: "" # the subpath of your site, e.g. /blog/ or empty.
url: "http://localhost:3000" # the base hostname & protocol for your site 
title: The title of your blog
description: A tiny and cool description
email: your@email.com
user_description: Anon Developer at Lorem Ipsum Dolor
email: anon@anon.com
facebook: your_username
instagram: your_username
twitter: your_username
github: your_username
spotify: your_username

Theme SCSS and more

The SCSS is in dev/scss and the basic styles are in dev/scss/pages/template, the rest of theme is separated in folders, also inside of dev/scss/pages.

Each page(or kind of) has his own folder inside of dev/scss/pages and then are component-separated. So if you want to change page' styles, you know where find the files.

The partials folder has partials files like _base.scss and _colors.scss.

If you want to create post series, use the series on _config.yml, the same for creating projects and menu links.

Running blog locally

In order to run Jekyll on local you need to:

  • Install NodeJS
  • Run sudo npm install -g gulp
  • Run sudo npm install --save-dev
  • Run sudo gulp

Issues

If you're having problems with this theme and they aren't made by you, open and issue

License

This theme is totally free, so anyone can just clone this and change whatever without worry about copyright or things like that.