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Terminal

DEMO - https://hugo-terminal.now.sh/

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Features

  • 5 duotone themes, depending on your preferences (orange is default, red, blue, green, pink)
  • Fira Code as default monospaced font. It's gorgeous!
  • really nice duotone, custom syntax highlighting based on PrismJS
  • fully responsive

Built-in shortcodes

  • image (prop required: src; props optional: alt, position (left is default | center | right), style)
    • eg: {{< image src="/img/hello.png" alt="Hello Friend" position="center" style="border-radius: 8px;" >}}
  • figure (same as image, plus few optional props: caption, captionPosition (left | center is default | right), captionStyle)
    • eg: {{< figure src="/img/hello.png" alt="Hello Friend" position="center" style="border-radius: 8px;" caption="Hello Friend!" captionPosition="right" captionStyle="color: red;" >}}
  • code (prop required: language; props optional: title, id, expand (default "△"), collapse (default "▽"), isCollapsed)
    • eg:
    {{< code language="css" title="Really cool snippet" id="1" expand="Show" collapse="Hide" isCollapsed="true" >}}
    pre {
      background: #1a1a1d;
      padding: 20px;
      border-radius: 8px;
      font-size: 1rem;
      overflow: auto;
    
      @media (--phone) {
        white-space: pre-wrap;
        word-wrap: break-word;
      }
    
      code {
        background: none !important;
        color: #ccc;
        padding: 0;
        font-size: inherit;
      }
    }
    {{< /code >}}

Code highlighting

A custom syntax highlighting based on PrismJS. All you need to do is to wrap you code like this:

```html
  // your code here
```

Supported languages: actionscript, apacheconf, applescript, bash, c, clike, cmake, coffeescript, cpp, csharp, csp, css, css-extras, diff, django, docker, elixir, elm, erlang, flow, fsharp, git, go, graphql, haml, handlebars, haskell, http, java, javascript, json, jsx, kotlin, latex, less, llvm, makefile, markdown, markup, markup-templating, nasm, objectivec, ocaml, perl, php, php-extras, powershell, processing, pug, python, r, reason, ruby, rust, sass, scheme, scss, sql, stylus, swift, textile, toml, tsx, twig, typescript, vim, visual-basic, wasm, yaml.

How to start

You can download the theme manually by going to https://github.com/panr/hugo-theme-terminal.git and pasting it to themes/terminal in your root directory.

You can also clone it directly to your Hugo folder:

$ git clone https://github.com/panr/hugo-theme-terminal.git themes/terminal

If you don't want to make any radical changes, it's the best option, because you can get new updates when they are available. You can also include it as a git submodule:

$ git submodule add https://github.com/panr/hugo-theme-terminal.git themes/terminal

⚠️ The theme needs at least Hugo version 0.74.x.

How to run your site

If you installed all needed npm dependencies, then you can run:

$ hugo server -t terminal

and go to localhost:1313 in your browser. From now on all the changes you make will go live, so you don't need to refresh your browser every single time.

How to configure

The theme doesn't require any advanced configuration. Just copy:

baseurl = "/"
languageCode = "en-us"
theme = "terminal"
paginate = 5

[params]
  # dir name of your main content (default is `content/posts`).
  # the list of set content will show up on your index page (baseurl).
  contentTypeName = "posts"

  # ["orange", "blue", "red", "green", "pink"]
  themeColor = "orange"

  # if you set this to 0, only submenu trigger will be visible
  showMenuItems = 2

  # show selector to switch language
  showLanguageSelector = false

  # set theme to full screen width
  fullWidthTheme = false

  # center theme with default width
  centerTheme = false

  # set a custom favicon (default is a `themeColor` square)
  # favicon = "favicon.ico"

  # set post to show the last updated
  # If you use git, you can set `enableGitInfo` to `true` and then post will automatically get the last updated
  showLastUpdated = false
  # Provide a string as a prefix for the last update date. By default, it looks like this: 2020-xx-xx [Updated: 2020-xx-xx] :: Author
  # updatedDatePrefix = "Updated"

  # set all headings to their default size (depending on browser settings)
  # it's set to `true` by default
  # oneHeadingSize = false

[params.twitter]
  # set Twitter handles for Twitter cards
  # see https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs/tweets/optimize-with-cards/guides/getting-started#card-and-content-attribution
  # do not include @
  creator = ""
  site = ""

[languages]
  [languages.en]
    languageName = "English"
    title = "Terminal"
    subtitle = "A simple, retro theme for Hugo"
    owner = ""
    keywords = ""
    copyright = ""
    menuMore = "Show more"
    readMore = "Read more"
    readOtherPosts = "Read other posts"
    newerPosts = "Newer posts"
    olderPosts = "Older posts"
    missingContentMessage = "Page not found..."
    missingBackButtonLabel = "Back to home page"

    [languages.en.params.logo]
      logoText = "Terminal"
      logoHomeLink = "/"

    [languages.en.menu]
      [[languages.en.menu.main]]
        identifier = "about"
        name = "About"
        url = "/about"
      [[languages.en.menu.main]]
        identifier = "showcase"
        name = "Showcase"
        url = "/showcase"

to config.toml file in your Hugo root directory and change params fields. In case you need, here's a YAML version.

NOTE: Please keep in mind that currently main menu doesn't support nesting.

Post archetype

See the basic post file params supported by the theme — https://github.com/panr/hugo-theme-terminal/blob/master/archetypes/posts.md

Add-ons

How to (safely) edit the theme

If you have to override only some of the styles, you can do this easily by adding static/style.css in your root directory and point things you want to change.

To change something directly in the theme, you have to go to themes/terminal and modify the files.

First, you need to install Node dependencies. To do so, go to the theme directory (from your Hugo root directory):

 $ cd themes/terminal

then run:

$ npm install
$ npm i yarn
$ yarn

After you modified the files you can run webpack in watch mode:

$ yarn dev

or rebuild theme

$ yarn build

To see the changes (remember to restart hugo server).

Found a bug?

If you spot any bugs, please use Issue Tracker or create a new Pull Request to fix the issue.

New cool idea or feature?

The theme is in constant development since 2019 and has got many cool features that helped many of you and made the theme better. But there were also many features that I wasn't sure about because I want to keep the theme as simple as possible.

So, let's say you have an idea of how to extend the theme. That's cool and you're welcome to do that, just follow these steps:

  • fork the theme
  • implement the feature
  • write an instruction how to use the feature
  • give a working example of the implementation for other users
  • add info about your work to COMMUNITY-FEATURES.md
  • make a PR with edited COMMUNITY-FEATURES.md

This will help keeping the theme close to its roots, and also allow anyone who wishes to improve it and match their needs, to do whatever they want.

Sounds OK? Cool, let's rock! 🤘

Terminal theme user?

I'd be happy to know more about you and what you are doing. If you want to share it, please make a contribution and add your site to the list! 🤗

Sponsoring

If you like my work and want to support the development of the project, now you can! Just:

Buy Me A Coffee

License

Copyright © 2019-2020 Radosław Kozieł (@panr)

The theme is released under the MIT License. Check the original theme license for additional licensing information.